unibrow


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unibrow

eyebrows that grow together and appear to be one long eyebrow across the forehead

u·ni·brow

 (yo͞o′nĭ-brou′)
n. Informal
A facial feature in which the eyebrows form a continuous line with little or no space in between. Also called monobrow.

unibrow

(ˈjuːnɪˌbraʊ)
n
(Anatomy) informal a single eyebrow created when the two eyebrows meet in the middle above the bridge of the nose
Translations

unibrow

n (inf)zusammengewachsene Augenbrauen pl
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In ancient Greece, unibrow were regarded desirable feature worn by the most intelligent women.
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