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anti- +‎ intellectual


antiintellectual (comparative more antiintellectual, superlative most antiintellectual)

  1. Alternative spelling of anti-intellectual
    • 1990 February 2, John Stevenson, “Reading: After the Bloom Boom”, in Chicago Reader[1]:
      This is a traditionally philistine and antiintellectual country.
    • 1993 July 23, Cecil Adams, “The Straight Dope”, in Chicago Reader[2]:
      Not to encourage antiintellectual behavior, but if she can't avoid being valedictorian any other way, tell her to take a dive on that last physics quiz.