Synonyms & Antonyms : Curious
( Adjective )
I am curious to know what he said about me.
What is that you are reading? Don’t be so inquisitive.
I tried to tell him about it but he just wasn’t interested.
She listened with a puzzled expression on her face.
It seems quite extraordinary that the Prime Minister can claim these figures as a triumph.
He resigned in mysterious circumstances.
She appeared indifferent to their sufferings.
Car thefts are becoming increasingly common.
There was something vaguely familiar about him.
We were dressed up for the party but she was still in his ordinary clothes.
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