lowbrow

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Unsophisticated, not intended for an audience of intelligence, education or culture

The Three Stooges are known for their lowbrow slapstick humor consisting of foolish action for the masses.

Someone or something of low education or culture
characteristic of a person who is not cultivated or does not have intellectual tastes; "lowbrow tastes"
If you say that something is lowbrow, you mean that it is easy to understand or appreciate rather than intellectual and is therefore perhaps inferior. His choice of subject matter has been regarded as lowbrow. low-brow novels. highbrow. lowbrow entertainment, newspapers, books etc are easy to understand and are not concerned with serious ideas about art, culture etc - used to show disapproval   highbrow
{s} uncultured, unintellectual (of a person)
characteristic of a person who is not cultivated or does not have intellectual tastes; "lowbrow tastes
a person who is uninterested in intellectual pursuits
{i} uncultured person, unintellectual person
lowbrows
plural of lowbrow
lowbrow

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    highbrow

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    Etymologie

    [ -"brau ] (noun.) 1906. From low and brow, Americanism, circa 1902. Referring to the (by that time discredited) science of phrenology, which suggested that a person of low intelligence and sophistication would posses a lower brow-line than someone of greater intelligence and sophistication.

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