Interested in Language
Can anyone give me an explanation what is it mean... knit one's brow
Can we say ''He knitted his brow''
And If I say this it means he is angry... he is surprised .. he is excited what???
Knit one’s brow
- wrinkle one's brow by frowning
frowing = showing displeasure or anger
The teacher knit his brow and looked sternly at the child.
sternly = with sternness; in a severe manner
The ticket agent knit his brow when I began to ask questions about the airline routes.
:to form wrinkles on one's brow in a facial expression that shows thought, effort, or concern
<My mother knit her brow with worry.>
Thank you cclaff...
with this occasion I've also learnt raise one's brows...
It's clear now....