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The more I thought of this, the more curious I grew; and one afternoon I paid the place a visit.

Of equal value and more curious is the tallow-tree, which lights the whole of the empire.

The War TigerWiliam Dalton

Nothing is more curious than to see the passage of the fissure by a recua of mules.

The FreebootersGustave Aimard

In the drawing-room, now deserted, they were more curious and adventurous.

Lucretia, CompleteEdward Bulwer-Lytton

And a more curious collection of likenesses was never crowded into one canvas.

As a matter of fact, he really was more curious just to see it than anything else.

The Fire PeopleRay Cummings

This is all the more curious because he has passed so much of his historical life in the character of an ally.

What I Saw in AmericaG. K. Chesterton

You are more curious than he, or you want the big cat's skin to take home with you.

Wilderness WaysWilliam J Long

More curious still it seemed to find that in breaking out of a pasture the cattle were led by one member of the herd.

Revisiting the EarthJames Langdon Hill

Mordaunt, though not indifferent to the risk in which they stood, was more curious than alarmed.

The PirateSir Walter Scott

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