Definition of Browed. Meaning of Browed. Synonyms of Browed

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Definition of Browed

Browed
Browed Browed, a. Having (such) a brow; -- used in composition; as, dark-browed, stern-browed.

Meaning of Browed from wikipedia

- Brower is an English surname. Notable people with the surname include: Ann Brower, American-New Zealand academic Brittany Brower Charles H. Brower (1901–1984)...
- The white-browed fantail (Rhipidura aureola) is a small p****erine bird belonging to the family Rhipiduridae. The adult white-browed fantail is about 18 cm...
- Brow may refer to: Eyebrow, an area of thick, delicate hairs above the eye Entryway for boarding the ship similar to a gangplank Brow, Dumfries and Galloway...
- Turquoise-browed motmot photo gallery at VIREO (Drexel University) "Turquoise-browed motmot media". Internet Bird Collection. Turquoise-browed motmot in...
- Juveniles are fully independent within 28 days. Red-browed finches are common aviary birds. The red-browed finch will sometimes hybridise with the star finch...
- The white-browed meadowlark (Leistes superciliaris) is a p****erine bird in the New World family Icteridae. It was formerly named white-browed blackbird...
- The white-browed owl (Athene superciliaris), also known as the white-browed hawk-owl or the Madagascar hawk-owl, is a species of owl in the family Strigidae...
- The white-browed coucal or lark-heeled cuckoo (Centropus superciliosus), is a species of cuckoo in the family Cuculidae. It is found in sub-Saharan Africa...
- The black-browed albatross (Thal****arche melanophris), also known as the black-browed mollymawk, is a large seabird of the albatross family Diomedeidae;...
- The white-browed tit-warbler (Leptopoecile sophiae) is a species of bird in the family Aegithalidae. The species was first described by Nikolai Severtzov...
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