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incurious

adjective in·cu·ri·ous \(ˌ)in-ˈkyr-ē-əs\

: having no desire to learn or know more about something or someone : not curious

Full Definition of INCURIOUS

:  lacking a normal or usual curiosity :  uninterested <a blank incurious stare>
in·cu·ri·os·i·ty \-ˌkyr-ē-ˈä-sə-tē\ noun
in·cu·ri·ous·ly \-ˈkyr-ē-əs-lē\ adverb
in·cu·ri·ous·ness noun

Examples of INCURIOUS

  1. She is remarkably incurious about the natural world.
  2. <a quick incurious glance at the pile of junk mail>

Origin of INCURIOUS

Latin incuriosus, from in- + curiosus curious
First Known Use: circa 1618

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