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forehead

the part of the face between the natural hairline and the eyes, formed skeletally by the frontal bone of the skull; brow
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forehead

[′fär·əd]
(anatomy)
The part of the face above the eyes.
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According to a report in The Times, the portrait, which was found two weeks ago but has been made public only after restoration, shows St Paul with a high domed forehead, deep-set eyes and a long pointed beard, confirming the image familiar from later depictions.
A characteristic both of the Droeshout print and of most of the paintings that purport to be of the playwright is a domed forehead, enhanced by a gleam of light thereon.
Gwyneth Lewis, the author of the bilingual inscription sculpted on the huge domed forehead of the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff, said she was overawed by the sense of occasion and admits the 'ink is still wet' on her latest work, one that she describes as a 'throw away' piece of art.