- Hostile or indifferent to culture and intellectual reasoning: many activists have adopted a profoundly anti-intellectual stanceMore example sentences
- He had a profound anti-intellectual attitude to medical elitism.
- Towards the end of his life, he became increasingly paranoid, anti-intellectual, and anti-Semitic.
- No theologian, he was at times anti-intellectual: 'do not argue, but pray,' he advised his officers.
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- A person who is hostile or indifferent to culture and intellectual reasoning: funny, satirical plots that even anti-intellectuals will chuckle overMore example sentences
- The festival will have something to tickle the interest of all but the staunchest anti-intellectuals.
- Odd as it may seem, the education sector is filled with out-and-proud anti-intellectuals.
- Our profession is too frequently slandered by pundits, tinkered with by politicians, and devalued by anti-intellectuals.
More definitions of anti-intellectualDefinition of anti-intellectual in:
- The US English dictionary