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.
Say what you like against them--they are animal, they are unintellectual; they don't read themselves, and they don't want others to read, but they are some of the finest and the kindest human beings on the face of the earth!
All unintellectual labour, all monotonous, dull labour, all labour that deals with dreadful things, and involves unpleasant conditions, must be done by machinery.
Although criticizing the relationship with this flowery lad as "unintellectual" (De Profundis 5) and "degrading" (6), Wilde highlights his astonishing beauty as beyond comparison.
At another level of mimicking the White liberationist struggle, Miss Adebayo is pictured in lacking the finesse which was befitting of her companions in Nsukka: "her unintellectual ways and her too pretty face and her mimicking-the-oppressor English accent" (HOYS: 51).
I doubt if US President Donald Trump has read much Wallace Stevens, which is another thing that should endear him to Mian Nawaz Sharif and Imran Khan, who are both as unintellectual as you can get without actually being mentally deficient (though opponents might argue against this limitation).
Obama was suave, fiercely intellectual and popular, where Trump is boorish, unintellectual and by far the most unpopular president at this stage in his term since opinion polling began.
* Our students have often struggled with academic classroom settings and been judged as unmotivated, undisciplined, and unintellectual. However, when placed in work settings, these same students tend to be attentive, responsible, respectful, and curious.
What he seeks, however, is not a location but a refuge, and one that no longer exists: an island tinged with nostalgia in both music and politics, free from Trump-branded conservatism, from music deemed unintellectual due to its commercial nature and from banal consumerism.