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furrowed

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  • v  hollow out in the form of a furrow or groove
  • v  make wrinkled or creased
  • v  cut a furrow into a columns
  • a  having long narrow shallow depressions (as grooves or wrinkles) in the surface
    furrowed fields
    his furrowed face lit by a warming smile

  • Anthony Eden has aged considerably since his gall bladder operations in 1953, but despite his silver-grey hair, tired eyes and furrowed forehead, he still wears a boyish air.
  • Wahlberg does all his fretting with a furrowed brow (which has not two but three vertical lines, possibly a new fashion statement for anxiety), while Deschanel bites her lip and .
  • And she gets so excited when the doctor suggests erasing the furrowed brow lines in addition to the "11s" between her husband's eyebrows that she throws up her hands in victory.
News & Articles

  • Marc Maron's 'Attempting Normal': Better on podcast than page
    Marc Maron is a stand-up comedian best known for his podcast WTF and for leading the podcast boom. He has a half-hour sitcom on IFC called Maron, four comedy albums, and his own brand of coffee, "the WTF Roast." It's fairly believable that a collectible action figure with soul patch, mustache, and furrowed brow is not far in the future.
    June 15, 2013 - Philly.com
  • Cavill keeps it real as new Superman
    With his dark eyebrows deeply furrowed and gleaming white teeth firmly clamped shut, Henry Cavill winces when asked if Superman is treated like a terrorist in "Man of Steel." His reaction is somewhat understandable. The charming British actor should feel protective of the character - one of the biggest icons in pop culture.
    June 14, 2013 - Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
  • Cavill keeps it real as Superman in 'Man of Steel'
    With his dark eyebrows deeply furrowed and gleaming white teeth firmly clamped shut, Henry Cavill winces when asked if Superman is treated like a terrorist in "Man of Steel." His reaction is somewhat understandable. The charming British actor should feel...
    June 13, 2013 - The Standard-Times
Quotes

  • Peter Costello in The Australian
    Oh, I'm sensitive, am I, Michelle? I'm sensitive,Costello said in front of the press pack. "I'm standing here looking so sensitive, aren't I? Furrowed brow, worried: how sensitive do I look, Michelle? You ought to go and get a new...
  • Tony Abbott in Sydney Morning Herald
    Having occasionally "furrowed the brow of the politically correct with the odd statement which has challenged some of their sacred cows", said Abbott, "I don't think I have ever said anything on any subject that wouldn't have been regarded as...
  • Theodor Adorno in New Yorker
    In 1937, Theodor W. Adorno wrote an essay entitled "Late Style in Beethoven," in which he hazarded the idea that late works are "furrowed, even ravaged. Devoid of sweetness, bitter and spiny, they do not surrender themselves to mere...

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