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That set her thinking, and the more she thought, the more curious she grew.
The Queen became, little by little, less fearful and more curious.
She knew not how to parry their curiosity; they, seeing this, were the more curious.
"The head-covering of the women is more curious," added Scott.
No more curious fetich can be found in the history of folk-lore.
The more I thought of this subject, the more curious and anxious I became.
Jean was, after all, more curious about his dinner than about the fair lady.
Few things are more curious than to compare, let us say, Googe and Spenser.
I gave up trying, more curious about what was happening than alarmed.
I longed for the morning to come, for I was more curious than ever.