Opposed or hostile to intellectuals or intellectual views. (adjective)
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Use "anti-intellectual" in a sentence
"As your nation flushes itself down the toilet Scott, it will be turds like you who scream that it was the lesbian multiculturalists wot did it - when it is the rampant stupidity and anti-intellectual screeds of people like yourself and Glen Beck that had their hand on the flush button."
"Not only is Bachmann a fan of creationism and its anti-intellectual offshoot, intelligent design, she's made some outlandish claims about the pseudoscientific subject."
""I think standardized tests at the collegiate level are anti-intellectual," said Patricia McGuire, president of Trinity Washington University."