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lowbrow

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Arts
lowbrowlow‧brow /ˈləʊbraʊ $ ˈloʊ-/ adjective  Alowbrow entertainment, newspapers, books etc are easy to understand and are not concerned with serious ideas about art, culture etc – used to show disapproval opp highbrowmiddlebrow
Examples from the Corpus
lowbrowlowbrow entertainmentIt was pleasant enough: a bit too lowbrow for my cynical taste, but no matter.This leaves him precariously balancing his highbrow and lowbrow selves.
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