browed


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browed

(braʊd)

adj.
having a brow of a specified kind (usu. used in combination): shaggy-browed.
[1425–75]
References in classic literature ?
Hetty's was a spring-tide beauty; it was the beauty of young frisking things, round-limbed, gambolling, circumventing you by a false air of innocence--the innocence of a young star- browed calf, for example, that, being inclined for a promenade out of bounds, leads you a severe steeplechase over hedge and ditch, and only comes to a stand in the middle of a bog.
The roof and south wall is browed right away," continued the man, after pausing for a moment to puzzle over Smilash's meaning.
There were the little faces of the children, peeping from their bed apart, and here the father's frame of strength, the mother's subdued and careful mien, the high- browed youth, the budding girl, and the good old grandam, still knitting in the warmest place.
A little something for everyone'Without the pains of last minute venue changes and cancelled sessions, attendance was high as literati of different strains flocked to get a hit of their preferred sort of literary experience, making the event not purely a high browed affair.