inquisitiveness

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

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Then his eyes flashed, and in his turn he seemed to yield to inquisitiveness.

LOT, Mrs., the only woman who had an inquisitiveness which became practical.

His dark eyes sparkle with inquisitiveness behind the pince-nez.

Then, all at once, she found an excuse for gratifying this inquisitiveness.

Also the inquisitiveness of the Editor had irritated him and had closed his lips in sheer disgust.

There was a subtle hauteur in the voice; it subdued Kitty's inquisitiveness.

"Cockneyism," said Bob, with an inquisitiveness in his countenance.

Again he chided himself for his inquisitiveness and walked on.

This only whetted the zeal and inquisitiveness of the inquisitors.

I understand your inquisitiveness—one must know everyone else.

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