In your background, Mr. President, you apparently were incurious .
In addition to the adviser's name and some information about the construction of the language, I'd still like to understand why the journalists involved are so incurious about the details of this aspect of the movie.
In fact, it's sometimes incurious about his life and work, concentrating rather on the mix of fragments, whispers and urban myths that have arisen about Pynchon, due to his aversion to being photographed or interviewed.
She was an undemanding friend, ready to listen with attention, whereas I was incurious about her, perhaps assuming that since she was so young, she had nothing to teach me about books or life, an idea which seemed terribly sad years later.
The generalisation is so sweeping, so incurious , and so final that it is utterly meaningless.
How do you render them incurious and intellectually languid, with only nervous energy and shallow greed to fill the mental vacuum?
Discussions of the American alliance in this volume, and our economic and cultural bonds therein, are in general incurious , dogmatic and one-dimensional.
The idea that happiness is desire-satisfaction seems suitably neutral on the content of happy lives, allowing happiness to the intellectual and the incurious alike as long as they are getting what they desire.
His cellmates seemed incurious as to how an elderly British pensioner had found himself in prison and Bond was in no mood to enlighten them.
I hated how it was brainwashing a generation of bright and well-intentioned children, transforming them into a ghettoized and incurious suburban middle-class.