American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From low and brow, Americanism, circa 1902. Refers to the (by that time discredited) pseudoscience of phrenology, which suggested that a person of low intelligence and sophistication would possess a lower brow-line than someone of greater intelligence and sophistication.
Lowbrow Sentence Examples
This was mostly because I had very lowbrow tastes.
And if you have an especially lowbrow sense of humor, you may be interested in American Apparel's towels in collaboration with Butt Magazine.
On the minus side, some believe it really isn't an extremely funny movie, is mean-spirited, and relies too much on lowbrow humor.
At once highbrow and lowbrow, it has a way of adapting its identity to fulfill the desires of its visitors.