• WordNet 3.6
    • adj lowbrowed characteristic of a person who is not cultivated or does not have intellectual tastes "lowbrow tastes"
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In literature:

You see, highbrows and lowbrows are all alike below the collar bone.
"By Advice of Counsel" by Arthur Train
The lamps were kept in a little lowbrowed room off the stone kitchen.
"The Moon Rock" by Arthur J. Rees
He is lowbrowed, swarthy, ill kept, and wears rings in his ears.
"Our Vanishing Wild Life" by William T. Hornaday
When I came to I found myself in that room, with one lowbrow on guard.
"Bert Wilson on the Gridiron" by J. W. Duffield
Highbrows, lowbrows, all men love it.
"Why Marry?" by Jesse Lynch Williams
The days of the lowbrow commentator were disappearing.
"The Boy Grew Older" by Heywood Broun
The shops were dark and lowbrowed; of ornament there was not a scrap.
"Lancashire" by Leo H. (Leo Hartley) Grindon

In news:

Best Lowbrow Bar Ambiance .
Diaz Gives `Mary' Special Something / Lowbrow antics made doubly funny.
'Upstairs Downstairs ' originally was turned down by 'Masterpiece Theatre' for being too lowbrow.
The Babymakers ' lowbrow humor fails to engage.
Stiller, Vaughn and Co. Are a pitiful patrol in this lowbrow comedy.
Laughs Are Still Seen as Lowbrow .
Imus Stepped on a Tripwire But oh the lowbrow we love.
America does reward the lowbrow, doesn't it.
Lowbrow artists get playful at the Workhouse Arts Center.
From a controversial PBS doc to CBS's lowbrow comedy, there are gay links to three great shows this week.
Jack Black delivers a virtuoso performance while Rock sinks and Sandler stays lowbrow.
Lowbrow, but often lovely By Michael O'Sullivan Friday, June 15, 2012.
Lowbrow art is like junk food.
Something that appeals to popular or lowbrow taste and is often of poor quality.
A tacky or lowbrow quality or condition.