uncurious

uncurious

(ʌnˈkjʊərɪəs)
adj
incurious
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And she is likely to be married to someone she shouldn't be, someone "handsome" but "absolutely no good"--too uncurious, unattuned to the subtle beauty of nature or art to be her intellectual or spiritual equal.
The Big Five personality traits Big Five Traits and Scoring Big Five Traits Low Scores High Scores Openness to Experience Down-to-earth, Imaginative, uncreative, creative, conventional, original, uncurious curious Conscientiousness Negligent, Conscientious, lazy, hard-working, disorganized, well- late organized, punctual Extroversion Loner, quiet, Joiner, passive, talkative, reserved active, affectionate Agreeableness Suspicious, Trusting, critical, lenient, ruthless, soft-hearted, irritable good-natured Neuroticism Calm, even- Worried, tempered, temperamental, comfortable, self- unemotional conscious, Worried, emotional temperamental, selfconscious, emotional Table 2.
He seems uncurious about the clustering of these troubles.
Too formally well crafted to be dismissed, but too straightforward and uncurious to be particularly exciting or insightful, this adaptation of Lawrence Block's novel ought to at least provide a healthy counterprogramming option at the box office.
What were once eager learners become disenchanted, uncurious, often angry or withdrawn, seat-fillers.
While he could appear diligent and task-focused with schoolwork despite his difficulty focusing, he seemed unwilling, even uncurious, about socializing with same-aged peers.
I said little to Nedra about my old life in Sandusky, and Nedra was remarkably uncurious about the world beyond Galilee Hills, Put-in-Bay, and the Christian college in eastern Kentucky her older sister, Krista, attended with her fiance.
But much of this detail is and can be ignored or not even sought by the uncurious.
The hero of Sombras de sueno takes a similar route, retreating from the imaginative woman who would not let him inhabit intrahistoria, and killing himself in order to join the illiterate, uncurious one who did allow him to escape his history.
Surely, such unexamined, uncurious learning will contribute little to the advancement of an informed and active democracy.
For many commentators in the press (including those in the more popular and populist papers), those viewers who objected to the play were emotionally child-like and intellectually uncurious, viewing TV as the means to a brief and ephemeral end.
JP: You seem surprisingly uncurious about such an important matter.