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curious definition

  • adjective:
    • wanting to get the full story: interested investigators; a trapdoor that made myself interesting.
    • Unduly inquisitive; spying.
    • Arousing interest as a result of novelty or strangeness: a curious reality.
    • Archaic achieved with ability or ingenuity.
    • Archaic Extremely mindful; scrupulous.
    • Fastidious, particular; demanding a top standard of superiority, difficult to fulfill.
    • Inquisitive; looking after ask questions, research, or explore.
    • Prompted by curiosity.
    • strange; odd; uncommon; bizarre
    • hard to please or satisfy; solicitous becoming correct; cautious; scrupulous; good; precise.
    • Exhibiting treatment or nicety; artfully constructed; fancy; wrought with beauty or ability.
    • mindful or nervous to learn; hopeful for understanding; given to research or query; constantly inquisitive; spying; -- sometimes with after or of.
    • Exciting interest or inquiry; awakening shock; welcoming and enjoyable inquisitiveness; not easy or basic; strange; unusual.
    • beyond or deviating from the typical or expected
    • having interest aroused; excitedly enthusiastic about mastering even more
    • desperate to explore and find out or discover more (often about other individuals' concerns)
    • desperate to learn more: fascinated detectives; a trapdoor that made myself interested.
    • Unduly inquisitive; spying.
    • Arousing interest considering novelty or strangeness: a curious fact.
    • Archaic Accomplished with ability or ingenuity.
    • Archaic Extremely mindful; scrupulous.
    • Fastidious, specific; demanding increased standard of quality, tough to fulfill.
    • Inquisitive; maintaining ask questions, research, or explore.
    • encouraged by curiosity.
    • unusual; strange; out of the ordinary; strange
    • tough to kindly or fulfill; solicitous to be correct; cautious; scrupulous; great; precise.
    • displaying attention or nicety; artfully constructed; elaborate; wrought with style or skill.
    • mindful or anxious to understand; looking forward to understanding; directed at study or query; habitually inquisitive; spying; -- occasionally with after or of.
    • Exciting interest or query; awakening surprise; inviting and satisfying inquisitiveness; not quick or plain; unusual; unusual.
    • beyond or deviating through the typical or expected
    • having interest aroused; excitedly contemplating mastering even more
    • wanting to investigate and find out or learn more (occasionally about others' problems)
  • others:
    • Careful; good; precise; fastidious; exact; exacting; moment.
    • Wrought with or calling for care and art; nice; elaborate; finished: since, a curious work.
    • Exciting fascination or surprise; awakening curious interest; unusual; single; odd: as, a curious fact.
    • Inquisitive; desirous of witnessing or knowing; wanting to discover; hooked on analysis or inquiry; sometimes, in a disparaging feeling, prying: since, a man of a curious brain: followed by after, of, in, or around, or an infinitive.
    • Synonyms. Strange, Surprising, etc. See wonderful. Interested, Inquisitive, Prying. Curious and inquisitive can be used in a or a negative good sense, but inquisitive is more often, and prying is, found in the latter. Interesting expresses just the desire to understand; inquisitive, your time and effort to find out by query; prying, the time and effort to discover secrets by looking and working in poor techniques.
    • to function curiously; fancy.
    • Careful; nice; precise; fastidious; precise; exacting; minute.
    • Wrought with or requiring care and art; nice; elaborate; finished: because, a curious work.
    • Exciting curiosity or shock; awakening curious interest; rare; single; odd: as, a curious reality.
    • Inquisitive; desirous of witnessing or once you understand; desperate to discover; hooked on research or query; often, in a disparaging sense, prying: because, a man of a curious brain: accompanied by after, of, in, or just around, or an infinitive.
    • Synonyms. Strange, Surprising, etc. See wonderful. Interested, Inquisitive, Prying. Interested and inquisitive can be utilized in a or a negative feeling, but inquisitive is much more usually, and prying is, based in the latter. Curious expresses just the need to understand; inquisitive, your time and effort to find out by query; spying, the time and effort to discover secrets by looking and dealing in incorrect techniques.
    • to get results curiously; fancy.
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