high-concept


high–con·cept

adjective \ˈhī-ˈkän-ˌsept\

Definition of HIGH-CONCEPT

:  having or exploiting elements (as fast action, glamour, or suspense) that appeal to a wide audience <high–concept movies>

First Known Use of HIGH-CONCEPT

1985

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