Examples of usage:

  1. And similarly those who have received the faith by tradition, who for years have assumed it in their daily conduct as a matter of course, in whom therefore it has become an ingrained psychological habit, who hold it, in what might be condemned as a narrow, unintellectual fashion, are just the very people who will fight and die for it, when its more cultivated and reflective professors waver, temporize, and fall away. "The Faith of the Millions (2nd series)" by George Tyrrell
  2. She was not so primitive, so unintellectual, as not to have thought of this, else her decision would have had less importance; she would have been no more than an infatuated, emotional woman with a touch of second- class drama in her nature. "Northern Lights" by Gilbert Parker
  3. What could they have in common- the simple, good- humoured, unintellectual subaltern of the Coldstream, and this clerical exquisite? "The Truants" by A. E. W. (Alfred Edward Woodley) Mason
  4. All the terms used in the science books, " law," " necessity," " order," " tendency," and so on, are really unintellectual, because they assume an inner synthesis, which we do not possess. "Orthodoxy" by G. K. Chesterton
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