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inquisitive
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The Idiot
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  • Nastasia Philipovna looked at him inquisitively, but did not laugh.
  • Besides, they were naturally inquisitive to see what was to happen.
  • Yet his smile, in spite of its sweetness, was a little thin, if I may so call it, and showed his teeth too evenly; his gaze though decidedly good-humoured and ingenuous, was a trifle too inquisitive and intent to be altogether agreeable.
  • "You are too inquisitive," remarked Evgenie Pavlovitch.
  • "Yes, she is inquisitive," assented the prince.
  • My mother has some beautiful flowers in pots; they have a delicious scent; I thought of fetching them in, but that old servant will find out, she’s very inquisitive.

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  • She is an inquisitive child who always asks questions.
  • police tend to be inquisitive

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