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  • 1 unintellectual — adj.; unintellectually, adv. * * * …

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  • 2 unintellectual — adjective a) Not intellectual. b) Not requiring the use of the intellect …

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  • 3 unintellectual — adj. not intellectual …

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  • 4 unintellectual — a. Stupid, dull, obtuse, stolid, doltish, blockish, stockish, heavy, shallow, foolish, simple, soft, sappy, unintelligent, dull witted, blunt witted, weak minded, feeble minded, half witted, shallow brained …

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  • 5 unintellectual — /ʌnɪntəˈlɛktʃuəl/ (say unintuh lekchoohuhl) adjective not intellectual –unintellectually, adverb –unintellectualness, noun …

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  • 6 unintellectual — adj.; unintellectually, adv …

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  • 7 lowbrow — n. uncultured person, unintellectual person adj. uncultured, unintellectual (of a person) …

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  • 8 lowbrows — n. uncultured person, unintellectual person adj. uncultured, unintellectual (of a person) …

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  • 9 inaesthetic — adjective violating aesthetic canons or requirements; deficient in tastefulness or beauty inaesthetic and quite unintellectual peered through those inaesthetic spectacles • Syn: ↑unaesthetic • Ant: ↑aesthetic • Similar to: ↑ …

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  • 13 Isamu Noguchi — Isamu Noguchi, 1941. Born November 17, 1904(1904 11 17) Los Angeles, California Died …

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  • 15 Linguicism — is a form of prejudice, an ism along the lines of racism, ageism or sexism. Broadly defined, it involves an individual making judgments about another s wealth, education, social status, character, and/or other traits based on choice and use of… …

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  • 17 Robert Lindsay of Pitscottie — (also Lindesay or Lyndsay; c. 1532 ndash;1580) was a Scottish chronicler, author of The Historie and Chronicles of Scotland, 1436 ndash;1565 , the first history of Scotland to be written in Scots rather than Latin.Of the family of the Lindesays… …

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  • 18 Arthur Fowler — Infobox EastEnders character 2 character name=Arthur Fowler actor name=Bill Treacher creator=Tony Holland and Julia Smith years=1985–1996 dob=19 August 1943 dod=20 May 1996 first=19 February 1985 last=20 May 1996 status=Deceased family= wife =… …

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  • 20 Nihongo Daijiten — The Nihongo Daijiten (日本語大辞典?, Great dictionary of Japanese ) is a color illustrated Japanese dictionary edited by Umesao Tadao (梅棹忠夫, 1920 ) and published by Kodansha in 1989 and 1995 (2nd edition). Contents 1 History …

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