Exhibiting a coarse, vulgar character.

low′-mind′ed·ly adv.
low′-mind′ed·ness n.
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The capital is described with lip-smacking relish as a 'place of exhilarating social fluidity' where 'high-mindedness coexisted with low-mindedness most nakedly', where 'the borders between whoring and respectability' are 'hazy', and where printshops made a mint out of exploiting elite taboos and advertising the latest scandals of the Prince Regent and his dismal family.
Barchester Towers by Anthony Trollope (1857) "The grand defect of the work, I think, as a work of art is the low-mindedness and vulgarity of the chief actors.

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