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Definition of Incuriously

Incuriously
Incuriously In*cu"ri*ous*ly, adv. In an curious manner.

Meaning of Incuriously from wikipedia

- parodying pop stars such as Kesha with her performance as Riley Banks, an incurious blonde singer. Roberts said in an interview that her role as Banks tempted...
- characters—Officers Minogue and O'Leary—first appeared in the film as a pair of incurious police officers. The series was created by Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement...
- of D– and said, "Series fans will feel cheated by such a chintzy and incurious take on something they love, while the rest of us will be left wondering...
- question, to worship the Emperor, to hate and fear aliens, and to be incurious about anything that does not concern their duties. Most Warhammer 40,000...
- means that his account of the role of Conservatives is rather p****ive and incurious. Norman, Jesse (27 September 2014). "P****ion, authority and the odd mini-rant:...
- Stephens, Scott (27 May 2011). "Catholic ****ual abuse study greeted with incurious contempt". ABC Religion and Ethics. Retrieved 23 July 2012. Lattin, Don...
- Barker of Variety magazine called it "Dull, flavorless, and fundamentally incurious, “The Outsider” is a clueless misfire, the cinematic equivalent of a study-abroad...
- attempts to end their affair, despite Nicole's approaching wedding. And even incurious Cleaver works out that the emotional rollercoasters of both Nicole and...
- Bradshaw said the film was "let down by sitcom cliches, and by being weirdly incurious about the inner life of its female lead." Mark Adams of the Daily Mirror...
- president raging against enemies, obsessed by slights, deeply uninformed and incurious, unable to focus, and subject to destructive whims." In August 2019, Gerson...