incurious[ in-kyoor-ee-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF incurious
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For the first time in his life he was taking that incurious woman into his confidence.
Lady Lane's face, reflected in the mirror, was passive and incurious.
They moved a little in my direction, incurious, recognizing me slowly.
The Greek was incurious about construction qua construction.
Was it because she had been so incurious that it had worn that look to her?
Holgate turned his black, incurious eyes on me, as if he wondered.
But her sluggish and incurious nature was the greatest safeguard of all.
Though they rode close by, yet they showed no sign, passing silent and incurious.
The fortunate, then, were the incurious and the hearts undisturbed by a maddening thrill.
She did not shudder nor exclaim; she only looked with quiet and incurious eyes.
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