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curiousadjective

  • ja好奇心の強い、知りたがりの
  • enwanting to know about someone or something

Examples

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There was a body found right near my aunt's house in the woods.
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Do they know who did it?
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Have they identified the body?
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I don't know.
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Wait, why are you asking so many questions?
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Because murder makes people naturally curious, Agnes!
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But you're really not in the least bit curious about what I'm doing?
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My grand design?
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Not particularly.
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Okay, but I have to say, if you guys had a grand design, I'd at least listen to it.
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Of course, I've always been curious.
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But wait, one question.
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What?
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Why you so stupid?
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Carly?
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Sam?
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- I’m curious. - Go.
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Just curious, do you happen to know what today is?
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Well, based on the fact that yesterday was the birthday of legendary Dutch flautist Frans Bruggen,
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and a week ago, it was October 24th,
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- I'd say today is — - It's Halloween.
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Just say it's Halloween.
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It's Halloween.
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I skimmed the first chapter.
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Just curious, why would a man who hates people wanna have a relationship with a maid?
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Oh, I don't know.
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The way I look at it, there's only 1 of 2 reasons.
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He knows a secret about her that she doesn't know herself,
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or he wants to use her services to mop up after a murder.
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Whoo!
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Extreme!
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Oh, you guys are probably curious about this.
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It's no biggie.
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My car's in the shop, so I rode in on Rosa's motorcycle.