from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Exhibiting a coarse, vulgar character.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Having coarse, unrefined, vulgar demeanor.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Inclined in mind to low or unworthy things; showing a base mind.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a mind or spirit animated by no lofty or noble aspirations or thoughts; groveling; unaspiring; cowardly; mean.
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Paradise Lost, may have also written the decidedly low-minded poem
John Milton, the high-minded creator of "Paradise Lost," along with some of the most celebrated sonnets, elegies and other written works in the English Language, may have also written the decidedly low-minded poem "An Extempore Upon a Faggot."
John Milton, the high-minded creator of "Paradise Lost," may have also written the decidedly low-minded poem "An Extempore Upon a Faggot."
The name was like a low-minded joke, a cartoon surgery in which a white-coated doctor pulls out a body part and calls it a “lump.”
At the very least, Assange seems an absolutist about transparency, though not every fact or cable or piece of low-minded conversation has the same value to society.
Much preferable to the low-minded risk, which requires that we believe not only that America is racist, but also that it is resigned to having leaders who routinely say things they can't possibly mean.
Or in which the low-minded cynics are proved right?
Norman Spinrad praises Infoquake as a high-speed, high-spirited tale of high-powered and low-minded capitalist skullduggery, corporate and media warfare, and virtual reality manipulation.
It was called the great society and we've spent trillions in trying to rehabilitate blacks to get away from their generally gutter, low-brow, low-minded, culture and thinking.
ANOTHER WEEK, ANOTHER RETREAT -- THIS TIME A prudent one, the decision to maintain a normal trade relationship with China -- and another demonstration of the Clinton administration's "" pragmatic neo-Wilsonian '' foreign policy, defined in this space last week (specifically, with regard to Haiti) as the pursuit of high-minded goals for low-minded reasons.