highbrow culture and an education featuring dead languages, classical music and literary greats.
highbrow comedy to Shaken n Stirred.
highbrow music and drama network.
highbrow journalists were too afraid to touch.
highbrow breakfast program like Washington Briefing.
They think the stock market is a closed shop - for rich people only - and is something too highbrow for them.
The true story is that a rather highbrow seminar on Where Is Theater Going?
Is " Congratulations: 50 Years of Eurovision " not highbrow enough for you?
At once highbrow and lowbrow, it has a way of adapting its identity to fulfill the desires of its visitors.
I suppose my reading tastes then were similar to now in that they've always been eclectic and not particularly highbrow.
Also notable are frou-frou game boutiques such as New York's highbrow gaming salon "Multimedia 1.0."
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