[ UK /lˈə‍ʊbɹa‍ʊ/ ]
  1. a person who is uninterested in intellectual pursuits
  1. characteristic of a person who is not cultivated or does not have intellectual tastes
    lowbrow tastes
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How To Use lowbrow In A Sentence

  • It never occurs to them that the woman is lacking in intelligence because of her refusal; nor that the man she prefers is a lowbrowed scoundrel. Robert Browning: How to Know Him
  • Hence, "lowbrow" is often considered synonymous with mass appeal: bestsellers, platinum albums, blockbuster films. Athena Andreadis, Ph.D.: The Andreadis Unibrow Theory of Art
  • This Christmas, remind the kids just how nice animation can be, with a cartoon genuine in its sentiment, free of pop culture references and lowbrow humor.
  • Sleaze-week" basically pulls a lowbrow, sleazy photshop type mauever, using a photo from a running magazine to "TRY" and show this woman in shorts to make her look bad ... are the the National Enquirer now? Palin slams 'sexist' Newsweek cover
  • I think a lot of political lowbrows all around the world got a new lease on life when they saw how even somebody like him could get crowbarred into office.
  • These people actually think content isn't too big a problem, that all kinds of stories (whether so-called lowbrow or highbrow) can exist together, and that the problem is more of marketing (there! that's one of the opinions they share with you). Bloghopping Find
  • His choice of subject matter has been regarded as lowbrow.
  • (There are three episodes, remaining, including one at 10 p.m. Friday.) "All joking aside, say what you will about what you might call the lowbrow nature of many of his shows, he did something truly amazing and subversive, up there with what Steven Bochco gets credit for, with 'frak,'" Goldberg said. Philly.com - Latest Videos
  • I wanted people to look beyond what's cool in lowbrow art.
  • In the 1999 series ‘Resolutions,’ Chicago continues to address the audience she has created of mainly middle- and working-class women, an audience easily dismissed by both highbrows and lowbrows.
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