One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘regular furrows in a ploughed fields’
groove, trench, rut, trough, ditch, channel, seam, gutter, gouge, hollow, fissure, gash, track
2‘the furrows on either side of her mouth’
wrinkle, line, crease, crinkle, crow's foot, cleft, indentation, corrugation
1‘his brow furrowed’
wrinkle, crease, line, crinkle, pucker, crumple, screw up, scrunch up, corrugate
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