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  • adj. Not inquisitive; incurious, not inclined to seek knowledge.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not inquisitive; not curious to search or inquire; indisposed to seek information.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. not inquiring
  • adj. deficient in curiosity


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un- +‎ inquisitive


  • MexicoConnect is, in realty, today, a Lake Chapala phenomenon at present patronized by old farts glued to that sorry lake and uninquisitive regarding the inordinate surprises awaiting the curious explorer.

    Huatulco to Oaxaca City Road Trip

  • The direr the need of information in the "Hills," and in all the East for that matter, the greater the wisdom, as a rule, of seeming uninquisitive.

    In The Time Of Light

  • Massie's coverage of this, if it can be called that, has been terrible: guesses (always wrong), morally flimsy, uninquisitive and lamentably light on reasoning.

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

  • Aided by an uninquisitive commercial media politicians have been able to confine the discussion about wellness affordability to antiquated, cryptic declarations reliant on the archaic system utilized now with only aesthetic changes.


  • Odom may be correct as far as our inarticulate and famously uninquisitive president is concerned.

    Bush's Address: Blood for Face

  • Was it the light that did it? — the tender, the fading, the uninquisitive but searching light of evening that reveals depths in water and makes even the red brick bungalow radiant?

    Between the Acts

  • Before curiosity kills it, the cat learns more of the world than a hundred uninquisitive dogs.

    Fierce Invalids Home From Hot Climates

  • The present alone interested Denver, but she was careful to appear uninquisitive about the things she was dying to ask Beloved, for if she pressed too hard, she might lose the penny that the held-out palm wanted, and lose, therefore, the place beyond appetite.


  • In this company, he seemed to sit around, waiting to have his feelings hurt, and there was no great love lost between him and Larry, the result of an animosity much older than my career, of which I understood nothing and about which I was singularly uninquisitive.

    An Autobiography

  • She was always blissfully uninquisitive, which was an important aspect of her independence.

    An Autobiography


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