Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The quality of being incurious; incuriosity.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun Unconcernedness; incuriosity.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun The state of being incurious; indifference or apathy.

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Examples

  • Hence the presumption expressed by many - that Wilders fails to be a free speech "absolutist" and thus is deserving of effectively being excommunicated or severely marginalized from the Elect, the Anointed - is additionally revealing of a profound incuriousness and self-satisfaction, a degree of hypocrisy as well.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • If conventional food was implicated you could imagine the headlines, but coming from an organic product . . . the silence continues to deafen and the incuriousness is hypocritical.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Organic Food Still Ain’t All That:

  • This is as opposed to Dubya, who is steeped not only in an incuriousness as vast and deep as a rock canyon wall, but who cannot and will not accept any perception different from his own.

    Obama: If They Bring A Knife, We Bring A Gun

  • She appears on initial inspection to harbor a stubborn incuriousness that makes George Bush look like Marcus Aurelius.

    Mayhill Fowler: Palin (And McCain) Say Little And Fire Up The Faithful In Ohio

  • I know I get tiresome going on and bloody on as I do about the laziness and incuriousness of our national media but you'd think that when acknowledged expertise is freely available at least one of the semi-comatose, drunken layabouts in the national media would take notice.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • I leave it as a model specimen of Eastern incuriousness.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • What I also liked in the sense of not liking it at all about the latest episode was not only the continued incuriousness of all the characters, but also how what little the writers have grudgingly revealed about what's going on at the island was essentially negated.

    Jargon in Action

  • But the shocking incuriousness of the media who left the vetting of this story to AP and allowed it to appear in newspapers across the country proves that times indeed have changed.

    The Daily Top Five

  • Whenever anyone wandered down that corridor, he found himself possessed of a strange incuriousness and, for added measure, an overwhelming urge to go to the food court and buy a nice jumbo pretzel.

    The Shadow Thieves

  • Whenever anyone wandered down that corridor, he found himself possessed of a strange incuriousness and, for added measure, an overwhelming urge to go to the food court and buy a nice jumbo pretzel.

    The Shadow Thieves

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