/ (ˌʌnɪntɪˈlɛktʃʊəl) /
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not expressing or enjoying mental activity
not appealing to people with a developed intellect
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How to use unintellectual in a sentence
St. Ives is unintellectual, and except as an adventure novel, dull.
Furthermore, he is as much as we have any reason to expect of officials—a thoroughly common-place, unintellectual lot.
I was young and sentimental; I had not then learned that patriotism and love of home are suburban and unintellectual emotions.I Walked in Arden|Jack Crawford
Supremely indolent and unintellectual, he thinks of nothing but how he can most easily kill time.Fred Markham in Russia|W. H. G. Kingston
His civility was due to his respect for himself, not for the person whom he honored with his unintellectual conversation.Golden Stories|Various