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inquisitive
used in Running in the Family

3 uses
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Definition
inclined to try to learn about things
  • The brown people of this island seem to me odiously inquisitive and bothery-idiotic.
    p. 78.3
  • Ceylon always did have too many foreigners .... the 'Karapothas' as my niece calls them—the beetles with white spots who never grew ancient here, who stepped in and admired the landscape, disliked the "inquisitive natives" and left.
    p. 80.9
  • His memoir, An Historical Relation, was used by Defoe as a psychological source for the ever inquisitive Robinson Crusoe.
    p. 82.9

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