Definition of incuriosity in English:


Pronunciation /ˌinˌkyo͝orēˈäsədē/ /ˌɪnˌkjʊriˈɑsədi/ /ˌiNGˌkyo͝orēˈäsədē/ /ˌɪŋˌkjʊriˈɑsədi/


See incurious

‘Still, it is hard to understand the general incuriosity with which victory in that conflict, beginning in the late 1980s, has been greeted.’
  • ‘There is in the first place, despite an abundance of detail, a certain ethnographic thinness which reflects partly her incuriosity (or, rather, her scepticism) about Hinduism as such.’
  • ‘As I have said, the history of River Park Square is a lesson in cowardice, incuriosity and a culture of corruption.’
  • ‘Their incuriosity, and hence their intolerance, spring from the same root.’
  • ‘His incuriosity is probably the biggest negative for the Presidency.’