Словосочетания со словом brow
A person who does not go to the cafeteria or to a restaurant for lunch at work, but who brings his homemade lunch to work in order to save money.
John became a brown-bagger not because he can't afford the restaurant, but because he is too busy to go there.
To curry favor in a subservient way, as by obviously exaggerated flattery.
Max brown-noses his teachers, that's why he gets all A's in his courses.
brown paper bag
The beaver got a Christmas card because she didn't notice the brown paper bag at her back door.
A time of deep thought about something; a deep thoughtful mood.
When his wife found him, he had pushed away his books and was in a brown study.
by the sweat of one's brow
By hard work; by tiring effort; laboriously.
Even with modern labor-saving machinery, the farmer makes his living by the sweat of his brow.
cause eyebrows to raise
To do something that causes consternation; to shock others.
When Algernon entered Orchestra Hall barefoot and wearing a woman's wig, he caused eyebrows to raise.
do up brown
To do in a thorough or complete way.
When Jim does a job, he does it up brown.
Very well educated or even over-educated; belonging to the educated middle class; sophisticated.
Certain novels are not for everyone and are considered as highbrow entertainment.