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lowbrow

adjective low·brow \-ˌbra\

: not interested in serious art, literature, ideas, etc. : relating to or intended for people who are not interested in serious art, literature, ideas, etc.

Full Definition of LOWBROW

:  of, relating to, or suitable for a person with little taste or intellectual interest <a lowbrow horror movie>
lowbrow noun

Examples of LOWBROW

  1. The movie's humor is clearly meant for a lowbrow audience.
  2. <at office gatherings his lowbrow humor often embarrassed his coworkers>

First Known Use of LOWBROW

1913

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