[mid-l-brou] /ˈmɪd lˌbraʊ/
a person of conventional tastes and interests in matters of culture; a moderately cultivated person.
a person with conventional tastes and limited cultural appreciation
of or appealing to middlebrows: middlebrow culture
1911 (adj.), 1912 (n.), from middle + brow (cf. highbrow, lowbrow).
[T]here is an alarmingly wide chasm, I might almost say a vacuum, between the high-brow, who considers reading either as a trade or as a form of intellectual wrestling, and the low-brow, who is merely seeking for gross thrills. It is to be hoped that culture will soon be democratized through some less conventional system of education, giving rise to a new type that might be called the middle-brow, who will consider books as a source of intellectual enjoyment. [“The Nation,” Jan, 25, 1912]
: a middlebrow magazine/ middlebrow audience
A person of average intelligence and taste (1925+)
[mid-l-buhs-ter] /ˈmɪd lˌbʌs tər/ noun 1. Southern U.S. 1 (def 1).
[mid-l-burg] /ˈmɪd lˌbɜrg/ noun 1. a town in N Ohio.
noun, Music. 1. the note indicated by the first leger line above the bass staff and the first below the treble staff. noun 1. (music) the note graphically represented on the first ledger line below the treble staff or the first ledger line above the bass staff and corresponding in pitch to an internationally standardized […]
- Middle cardiac vein
middle cardiac vein n. A vein that begins at the apex of the heart and passes through the posterior interventricular sulcus to the coronary sinus.