from The Century Dictionary.
- Not curious or inquisitive; incurious; lacking curiosity.
- Not curious, odd, or strange.
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In his early years in Seoul, the South Korean government, under then-President Kim Dae-jung who practiced a policy of reaching out to Pyongyang, tried to tamp down Mr. Hwang's criticism of Kim Jong Il.Mr. Hwang taught Kim Jong Il at university in the early 1960s and, in the meeting last October, described him as an uncurious student who never did anything difficult.
Top North Korean Defector Has Died Evan Ramstad 2010
In a meeting with top executives of The Wall Street Journal and its parent company News Corp. last October, Mr. Hwang said Kim Jong Il would never stop North Korea's pursuit of nuclear weapons and described the dictator, whom he tutored in the 1960s, as an uncurious person who wouldn't do anything difficult.
Korean Defector Was an Outspoken Voice for Exiles Evan Ramstad 2010
The most amazing thing about Palin is that she's the most unqualified, uncurious, simpleton (she trumps Dan Quale) that ever made it as far as she has.
Knowledge and maturity are difficult to avoid no matter how uncurious you are.
VIEW FAVORITES yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Unbearable Lightness of Obama'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Policy overlaps aside, how does a well-versed, savvy campaigner who glories in knowledge merge increasingly into his most uncurious, uninformed predecessor, who gloried what he didn\'t know?
The problem with that statement is that Democrats do not nominate uncurious intellectual weaklings for Vice President or President.
I think while media sold us the Iraq war, the public has been remarkably unconcerned or uncurious all along.
Despite this favorable atmosphere, Palin comes off mostly as she had throughout the campaign; uncurious, fake (intentionally lacing her dialogue with folksy phrases), and not close to being ready for one of the top two jobs in the country.
"We Think the Price Is Worth It," Media uncurious about Iraq policy's effects - there or here.
Policy overlaps aside, how does a well-versed, savvy campaigner who glories in knowledge merge increasingly into his most uncurious, uninformed predecessor, who gloried what he didn't know?