highbrow

[ hahy-brou ]SEE DEFINITION OF highbrow

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HIGHBROW

I've heard these highbrow chaps talking about the Mob and the Tasteful Few.

I could get onto the sedan styles in highbrow talk as long as it was in American.

In spots it listens like highbrow book stuff, and then again it don't.

The intelligentsia rushed to the rescue with highbrow hue and cry.

I got a notion I want to see you do something that isn't in your highbrow programme.

Too highbrow for the jury, but it may upset his pace a little.

"I'd never have suspected you of being a highbrow," Mr. Briggs continued.

But the smoker puts on no side about his achievements, whereas the "highbrow" does.

The word "highbrow" has been invented exactly to fit the case.

But even in the highbrow the educated appreciation of humour is there—away down.

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