Not inquisitive; incurious, not inclined to seek knowledge.

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  • uninquisitive — /ʌnɪnˈkwɪzətɪv/ (say unin kwizuhtiv) adjective 1. not inquisitive. –noun 2. an uninquisitive person. –uninquisitively, adverb –uninquisitiveness, noun …   Australian English dictionary

  • uninquisitive — adj.; uninquisitively, adv.; uninquisitiveness, n. * * * …   Universalium

  • uninquisitive — Synonyms and related words: aloof, apathetic, bored, careless, detached, disinterested, distant, heedless, impassive, incurious, indifferent, insouciant, listless, mindless, phlegmatic, regardless, stolid, unconcerned, uninquiring, uninterested,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • uninquisitive — adj. not inquiring, not curious, not wanting more information …   English contemporary dictionary

  • uninquisitive — adjective 1. not inquiring • Syn: ↑uninquiring • Ant: ↑inquiring (for: ↑uninquiring) 2. deficient in curiosity • Syn: ↑uninquiring …   Useful english dictionary

  • uninquiring — adjective 1. not inquiring • Syn: ↑uninquisitive • Ant: ↑inquiring 2. deficient in curiosity • Syn: ↑uninquisitive • Similar to: ↑i …   Useful english dictionary

  • noncurious — adjective Not curious; uninquisitive …   Wiktionary

  • apathetic — I adjective aloof, bored, callous, careless, casual, cold, cold blooded, cursory, disinterested, dragging, dull, frigid, heartless, heedless, impassive, inactive, inattentive, incurious, indifferent, indolent, inert, inexpressive, insensible,… …   Law dictionary

  • indifferent — I adjective aloof, callous, casual, derelict, disinterested, dispassionate, distant, fair, faithless, heedless, impartial, impassible, imperfect, impervious, inactive, inappreciable, inattentive, inconsequential, incurious, insensate,… …   Law dictionary

  • unconcerned — I adjective aloof, apathetic, careless, casual, cold, cold blooded, contemptuous, cool, cruel, derelict, disinterested, dispassionate, distant, free from anxiety, frigid, hard hearted, heartless, heedless, icy, impartial, inaccessible, incurious …   Law dictionary

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