inquisitive

[ in-kwiz-i-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF inquisitive

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INQUISITIVE

Lauzanne was in an inquisitive mood, as the other two raced on in front.

As for the inquisitive folk on the pavement they only saw the backs of the guards.

One night we put fourteen inquisitive porcupines out of camp.

"You are neither an inquisitive nor an emotional person," Wrayson said.

Little Fay stood with her head on one side like an inquisitive sparrow.

"That sounds like a direct encouragement to me to be inquisitive," said Morgan.

Felicite had followed this scene with inquisitive astonishment.

She certainly was inquisitive, but her curiosity was probably well meant.

The dialogue is what would be called in the language of Thrasyllus tentative or inquisitive.

It beamed with inquisitive intelligence, and yet had the innocence almost of infancy.

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