/ˌæn tiˌɪn tlˈɛk tʃu əl, ˌæn taɪ‐/
a person opposed to or hostile toward intellectuals and the modern academic, artistic, social, religious, and other theories associated with them.
a person who believes that intellect and reason are less important than actions and emotions in solving practical problems and understanding reality.
of, pertaining to, or characteristic of anti-intellectuals or their beliefs.
She is a perfect embodiment of the right's anti-science, anti-intellectual, mystical world view.
And the book is not an anti-intellectual celebration of spontaneity or an artifact of literary primitivism.
Yet our recipe for achieving that is an anti-intellectual witches' brew of lousy values.
Despite the anti-intellectual rhetoric prevalent in much public discourse these days, more education enhances the public good.
Open source is not pro-pirate, anti-copyright, or anti-intellectual property.
A-2's argument and the original poster's are quite anti-intellectual as well.
But their populism has been an anti-intellectual populism.
It is an insult to experts everywhere, and so typical of the anti-intellectual movement in this country.
Paradoxically, although the tone of the film is vaguely anti-intellectual, a lot of the humor also depends on language.
There was always a populist and anti-intellectual theme to his rhetoric.
Collective bargaining is anti-intellectual, antagonistic, and produces unsatisfactory outcomes.