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It will come as no surprise to his longtime fans that Chuck Klosterman has contributed to this parade of high-brow hypocrisy.

Instead, Love Hotel seems less a documentary than a high-brow reality television show.

It is, without question, the most high-brow dick joke in television history.

“Men tend to be called “collectors,” which gives it a high-brow cast,” says Benson.

How did the TV drama Leverage gain a cult following among high-brow middle-aged female literary types?

Sitting out dances, and holding hands, and talking high-brow.

The front pieces of hair are to be neatly pushed back from the forehead, to show a high brow.

The former are too high brow and visionary for him, and the Osseous are too critical of his easy ways.

A life for the Syndic and all that, but a high-brow version.

I guess I'm different now; I guess I've got to be a nut or high-brow or something.


On this page you'll find 55 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to high-brow, such as: classy, cultivated, delicate, discriminating, elegant, and genteel.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.