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1.
Generally added at the end of a sentence to implicate a sexual innuendo.
1) Waiter: So what would you like for dessert? brows

2) Girl: You're feet are HUGE, brows!
por lucypullsfaces 12 de Dezembro de 2009
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2.
Entertainment's level of sophistication/affectation, i.e. high-brow or low brow.
You know, I'll watch just about anything -- roller derby or Francois Truffaut. I don't really care about brow.
por Nhoj 07 de Junho de 2004
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3.
Being ambivalent about something. Generally having a laid-back attitude about a situation.
It doesn't matter to me if we go shopping or watch a movie. I'm brow.

Will it bother the neighbors if we have a loud party?
No, they're brow.
por GradStudentLiz 23 de Agosto de 2006
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4.
Making the same mistake time and time again.
He so B-Row he ended up in the ER twice!
por La Fame Nikita 23 de Maio de 2011
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5.
a bro that rows. Much like a lax bro, but they dont play lacrosse
Yo, that guy is such a brow
por BRoW1111 29 de Maio de 2009
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6.
To Headbutt somebody. Derived simple from the act of the forehead or Brow being placed with force upon some poor fuckers nose, cheek or eyesocket, to devastating effect.
Im gonna brow that fucker if he looks at my lass again!
por Hoggy 2shoes 07 de Abril de 2011
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7.
To be added to the end of a sentence, usually after an ellipses, to negate the sentences initial meaning.
1) Girl: "I think you should dye your hair pink!"

Guy: "I think that is a really good idea...brows"

2) Guy: "It is so hot out here in Spain, how is the weather in England?"

Girl: "Well it is actually really nice and warm here in England...brows".
por Josh Chalk 07 de Fevereiro de 2009
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