She kissed the forehead of the man she had married a decade before, when she was just 14.
Does making fun of a large bandage on a forehead count as a political cheap shot?
“I seem to like to kiss trouble on the forehead and then try to back away,” he told the British paper, The Guardian.
The three who were killed had been forced to kneel in a prayer position while assassins shot each in the forehead.
Instead he puts his palm on her forehead and begins his sermon.
“But it is a mistake,” cried Don Cornelio, rubbing the cold sweat from his forehead.
As she thus resolved, she bent down, and kissed her forehead.
He fell with such violence on his forehead that he was taken up insensible.
"This is against the law," whined the man, beads of sweat standing on his forehead.
Her forehead was creased by a bullet, an' the trip has about finished her.
forehead fore·head (fôr'ĭd, -hěd')
The part of the face between the eyebrows, the normal hairline, and the temples. Also called brow.
The practice common among Oriental nations of colouring the forehead or impressing on it some distinctive mark as a sign of devotion to some deity is alluded to in Rev. 13:16, 17; 14:9; 17:5; 20:4. The "jewel on thy forehead" mentioned in Ezek. 16:12 (R.V., "a ring upon thy nose") was in all probability the "nose-ring" (Isa. 3:21). In Ezek. 3:7 the word "impudent" is rightly rendered in the Revised Version "an hard forehead." (See also ver. 8, 9.)