Sometimes the tapping of a finger or the raising of an eyebrow can be more devastating than an explosion.
It barely raised an eyebrow, perhaps because many assumed it was yet another iteration of the same old pipedream.
He raised an eyebrow at the presumption of an Aircraftman Second Class introducing himself, and mumbled his name.
Everyone just looks at me, raises and eyebrow and rolls their eyes.
In this era of multibillion-dollar bailouts of private banking institutions, $22 billion should scarcely raise a Gallic eyebrow.
His upper lip, arched like an eyebrow, curved upwards to his nostrils and his lower hung down like a camel's.
The mother's eyebrow and grayish-blue eye, those I knew I had.
Also she'd learned how to use a lip-stick and an eyebrow pencil.
The tutor looked up, and his eyebrow twitched uncomfortably.
She had her mother's red hair and brilliantly white skin, her large eyes, and the same delicate, long line of eyebrow.
eyebrow eye·brow (ī'brou')
The bony ridge that extends over the eye.
The arch of short hairs that covers this ridge.