a.1.Eager to discover or learn; curious.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Now she is selling exquisitive items of jewellery made from glass, gold and silver which she designs and makes herself - and has proved a sparkling success on a demanding programme which nurtures up-and-coming entrepreneurs.
Rashid Khan will be showcasing the exquisitive and dynamic works of Inayat Hussain Khan, one of the most celebrated vocalists of the Rampur - Sahaswan gharana and a composer par excellence.
Here, the quiet reality of a magnificent sunset over the mountains is laid out before you and in the exquisitive depths of the last of the evening light, far below a kind of daffodil yellow sky, a landscape of dark clouds floats as the sunset ends.
Make Easter Sunday complete with this chocolate truffle cake, suitable for a special afternoon tea or an exquisitive desert.