curious

[ kyoor-ee-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF curious

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CURIOUS

He left her studying the card with a curious little flash of surprise.

It is curious to note the extent to which the unexpected has come about.

They were as yet quite ignorant but thanks to a happy Fate they were curious.

She went about looking at things, curious, touching them softly as if they were sacred.

At any rate the marshal smiled, and a curious flush came in Andrew's face.

The second point is a curious one, and all the more emphatic for being curious.

It is a curious question why sacred song should so often be dull and commonplace.

Mark was in many things an exception—a curious mixture of child and youth.

There was a curious mixture of complaint and satisfaction in Dick's tone.

But she's a curious little party; sharp, without knowing it.

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