pluck from

pluck something from someone or something

to pick, grab, or snatch something from someone. Sally plucked a chocolate from the box and popped it into her mouth. He stooped over and plucked a rose from the bush.
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hairs from one brow then stop and pluck from the other.
Pluck from underneath and between the brows, never from above.