Meaning of incuriousness in English:



See incurious

‘Let him be a lesson of the perilous folly of incuriousness, and the value of speaking truth to power.’
  • ‘It is hard to fault the government for its incuriousness, when the same appears to have afflicted much of the Canadian media.’
  • ‘Somehow, our current president's incuriousness is seen as charming and likeable.’
  • ‘His problems are ones of personality - his arrogance, his stubbornness, his complete and utter credulity and incuriousness.’
  • ‘He is vague in a way that conveys a distinct incuriousness about city hall's fine-grained issues.’