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1. the transverse bony ridge over each eye
2. the arch of hair that covers this ridge


A curved molding over the top of a window or door, often referred to as a hood.

eyebrow, eyebrow dormer

A low dormer that has no sides, the roofing courses being caried over the domer in a continuos wavy line.
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wouldn't have raised an eyebrow if you had thrown faux ammo in the dish with your change.
But even they raised an eyebrow or two when one leading owner, voluntarily helping them with their inquiries, pointed them in what he claimed was the direction of the real law-breakers in racing.
FOOTBALL fans would not have raised an eyebrow when Joe Worsley (above) applauded England's rugby supporters and bowed to them in mock adulation after being sin-binned during the World Cup.
Berumen hardly raised an eyebrow afterward despite shooting an efficient 13 of 18 from the field and thoroughly dominating Sylmar's tall, athletic frontline.