labour, all monotonous, dull labour, all labour that deals with dreadful things, and involves unpleasant conditions, must be done by machinery.
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
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
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.
While Western science is often portrayed as "open, systematic, objective, rational, and intelligent," indigenous knowledge is seen often as "closed, parochial, and unintellectual
He was half-white and he came across as this unintellectual
, unwashed ragamuffin who suddenly became the voice of black struggle.
He possesses both the ability to educate, to make us smart like him, and to exercise a resolutely unintellectual
magnetism (see the young mathematics professor of the former CBS drama Numb3rs).
In a desperate attempt to interest the attractive but unintellectual
Hans, Tonio repeats Hans' crucial word and says,
The stunning physical attraction of Tasha and Amber leads to an understanding of beautiful black women as empty-minded, unintellectual
vessels who are nonetheless extremely street savvy and adept in using their bodies.
You despised us as being unintellectual
, uneducated, unphilosophical, and unreasonable.
He attempts a joke concerning the Mormons he encountered in Salt Lake City: "The Mormons are the most unintellectual
people I have met in America, because they have the worst physiques I have seen.