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- v. Present participle of furrow.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of making a furrow.
- n. In embryology, the process of segmentation of the yolk of an egg in some animals, as Amphibia. It is an unequal cleavage, which gives the appearance of furrows on the surface of the germ.
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Mook knelt nearby, a worried expression furrowing his brow.
He pictured Coach walking up beside him, observing the chaos, removing his cap, scratching his head, furrowing his brow, sighing, and saying, “Benny, you are about as useless as tits on a boar.”
Thank god we now have a president who can compose a retort without furrowing his brow like an elephant taking a squat and stuttering out some resemblance to some stupid country home cooked analogy. fool me once …
His brow furrowing as he digested this latest news, Picard asked, Have you identified the ship?
Toby hadn't moved an inch; he was still squinting and furrowing his brow as hard as his furrower would go.
We're talking about a series of brow-furrowing, minor WTF moments that end with a quiet snort of "Oh, I don't care anyway."
What the doctor orders: laughing at this life as if it were a lobby watched over by a man/woman furrowing at her computer screen, smiling at the two of you because, for once, nobody is annoyed.
He sniffed the cold, smoke-smeared air, worry furrowing his forehead.
“But the wolf attacked him,” I said, my brows furrowing.
Corthin tilted her head to one side, her brow furrowing.
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