unintellectual

unintellectual

(ˌʌnɪntɪˈlɛktʃʊəl)
adj
1. not expressing or enjoying mental activity
2. not appealing to people with a developed intellect
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He had entertained no notion, when doomed as he had thought to an unintellectual bucolic life, that such charms as he beheld in this idyllic creature would be found behind the scenes.
I thought you scorned it, considered it an unintellectual game.
Close to the castle was a grey mansion, unintellectual but kindly, stretching with its grounds across the peninsula's neck--the sort of mansion that was built all over England in the beginning of the last century, while architecture was still an expression of the national character.
Here are members of the learned professions, whom Providence endowed with special gifts for the plough, the forge, and the wheelbarrow, or for the routine of unintellectual business.
All unintellectual labour, all monotonous, dull labour, all labour that deals with dreadful things, and involves unpleasant conditions, must be done by machinery.
Unlike "Die Berge", which was deployed to puncture the myth that Schubert was unintellectual, Feurzeig argues that "Im Walde" shows Schubert struggling to understand the poem.
Instead of zealously imitating 400-year-old theatre practice and dismissing critics as unintellectual, teachers and theatre companies alike should constantly be looking to sell Shakespeare to their modern audience as Shakespeare tried to sell his work to Elizabethan audiences.
Western science is seen to be open, systematic, objective, dependent very much on being a detached centre of rationality and intelligence, while indigenous knowledge is seen to be closed parochial, unintellectual, primitive and emotional (Briggs 2005).
Should Mailer fall into this gap as he covered the minority activism of the 1960s, he would behoove an American tradition of under-scoring what was special, different, unique, and unintellectual as the substance of minority voice and agency.
9) Yet the perception that teaching legal research and writing is unintellectual "women's work" (10) continues as part of the social fabric of law schools.
After all, Andrea insults his wife as a shallow, careless, unintellectual person who sports nothing more than a beautiful body (and one he figuratively dismembers as he speaks severally of it as "this small hand," [1.
He did so at a time when dabbling in folk beliefs and sorting out strange happenings and encounters in the simple folk's backyard were considered unintellectual, even unChristian.