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Example Sentences for "curious"

My nephew looked at me curiously the first time he saw me with my head shavedI'm curious to know why you decided to become a doctor.

My nephew looked at me curiously the first time he saw me with my head shaved.

A child is naturally full of curiosity, and wants to know about everything.

My children were very curious to know how my husband and I met.

The people in the store looked at us curiously when we entered wearing our monkey costumes.

The kitten was frightened of the dog, but also a little bit curious.

I don't recognize Nigel's accent. I'm curious to know where he is from.

Jacques Cousteau once said that a scientist is only a curious man looking through the keyhole of nature, trying to understand what is going on.

A good teacher uses a child's natural curiosity to make learning an exciting experience.

Marly really seems excited about something, but won't tell me what, and now I'm really getting curious.

The was a curious assortment of objects for sale in the little shop we visited.

The children were full of curiosity when they heard their grandfather begin to talk of his adventures in Africa.

I'm curious to know why Hakan quit his job.

The little girl looked at her father curiously as he walked drunkenly across the room.

A Yiddish proverb remarks that a man should go on living - if only to satisfy his curiosity.


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