Did you mayhaps mean highbrow?
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“The so-called high-brow areas of broadcasting can be as guilty of this as Big Brother.”
“But apart from the library book measure, all of the indicators appear to be things like income and crime, as opposed to high-brow taste.”
“Stealing Rembrandts" sometimes reads like a high-brow police blotter, a catalog derangée of petty crime.”
“I prefer Rendez-Vous as I think it seems like it might be a smidge more high-brow than French Kissing!”
“I hate to use such a too high-brow an example, but Speedy Gonzales never called Sylvester a "gringo gato", but an "estupido gringo gato".”
“Project Runway has a reputation for being a high-brow reality show, probably because of its supposed investment in talent, its tempered contestants and its consistent pacing.”
“In her view, O'Donnell won the moment -- evidenced by her joy and the hoots from her supporters -- as she had succeeded in stripping the veneer off of the generally unflappable Coons, exposing his essence as a high-brow elitist.”
“Although I cannot say what took place uptown (perhaps a more high-brow affair), the scene downtown could be summed up in three words -- a hot mess.”
“Hugh Bonneville, Robert Sheehan and Antonio Carluccio are also popping in, and there's a retrospective of other Minghella-produced movies (Iris, Michael Clayton, The Quiet American), plus advance screenings of upcoming British stuff (The Eagle, Submarine), and just to show it's not all high-brow, there's also a sing-in-the-style-of-William Shatner karaoke event.”
“Drag all of the high-brow people that are part of the establishment into the web!”
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