unibrow

[yoo-nuh-brou]
noun
  1. a pair of eyebrows that appear to be connected because of some extra hair growing in the space between them: He had very bushy eyebrows, almost a unibrow.

Origin of unibrow

First recorded in 1985–90;uni- + brow
Also called mon·o·brow [mon-uh-brou] /ˈmɒn əˌbraʊ/.
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British Dictionary definitions for unibrow

unibrow

noun
  1. informal a single eyebrow created when the two eyebrows meet in the middle above the bridge of the nose
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