Informal One who is somewhat cultured, with conventional tastes and interests; one who is neither highbrow nor lowbrow.(noun)
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Use "middlebrow" in a sentence
"(By the term middlebrow, one seeks to describe a writer who, while disdaining the shoddy and the ephemeral, has built up a following among intelligent readers whose notions he takes care not to challenge or disturb.)"
"The painting, a favorite of editorial cartoonists, he calls "middlebrow.""
"According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the word middlebrow first appeared in print in 1925, in"