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A book that is supposed to bridge the gap in our understanding of Iran and America seems incurious about both nations’ official records.
Sara Lee sewed more than one rent for him, those days, but she was strangely incurious.
THE AMAZING INTERLUDEMARY ROBERTS RINEHART
The boys left the room in silence, with the incurious obedience of well-trained children.
JUANAHONORE DE BALZAC
She was a strange vessel, sailing in from beyond their ken, and her pilot was almost as novel, yet they were incurious.
HILDASARAH JEANETTE DUNCAN
Incurious and self-centered, the affairs of the outer world had for her but little real interest.
THE RED CITYS. WEIR MITCHELL
Now, there never was another place habitually so incurious as Thursday Island in its social dealings.
She soon appeared—cold, passive, incurious, yet beneath this I could see the confined struggle of passion.
He got up and quietly strolled about the room, examining the bookcases with incurious interest.
THE GRELL MYSTERYFRANK FROEST
Though they rode close by, yet they showed no sign, passing silent and incurious.
UNEXPLORED SPAINABEL CHAPMAN
Who is there so incurious that he would not give an evening to Borneo?
HINTS TO PILGRIMSCHARLES STEPHEN BROOKS

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