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brow

noun
the part in someone's face that is below the hair and above the eyes

cheek

noun
either part of the face below the eye

chin

noun
the front part of the face below the mouth and above the neck

cornea

noun
the transparent layer that covers the outside of the eyeball and admits light to the inner side

dimple

noun
a small hollow place that goes inward in the flesh on the cheek or chin

ear

noun
the organ of hearing; each of the two organs on either side of the head used for hearing

earlobe

noun
the soft fleshy part of the external ear

eye

noun
each of the two organs on the face that we see with; the organ of sight

eyeball

noun
the whole ball-shaped part of the eye, inserted in the skull

eyebrow

noun
the strip or arch of hair above the eye

eyelash

noun
any of the short hairs that grow along the edges of the eyelids

eyelid

noun
one of the two folds of skin, above and below the eye, covering it when closed

forehead

noun
the part of the face above the eyebrows and below the hair

Grecian nose

noun
a straight nose that continues the line of the brow without any curve

iris

noun
(anatomy) the round colored portion of the eye around the pupil and behind the cornea

lantern jaw

noun
a long thin jaw with a large chin

lens

noun
(anatomy) the clear elastic part of the eye behind the pupil that bends and focuses light upon the retina

lip

noun
each of the two soft parts surrounding the mouth where the skin is redder or darker

nose

noun
the middle part of the face above the mouth used for breathing and smelling

nostril

noun
each of the pair of external openings of the nose that let air pass through

pupil

noun
(anatomy) the small black area in the center of the eye surrounded by the iris

retina

noun
(anatomy) the sensory membrane at the back of the eye that transmits light signals to the brain through optic nerves

Roman nose

noun
a large nose with a bridge that curves outward

septum

noun
(anatomy) a separating membrane between two cavities, such as that between the nostrils or heart chambers

tear duct

noun
any of the several small canals through which tears pass from the tear gland to the eye or from the eye to the nose

temple

noun
the flat parts located on both sides of the forehead

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