Fastidious, particular; demanding a high standard of excellence, difficult to satisfy. (adjective)
Inquisitive; tending to ask questions, investigate, or explore. (adjective)
Prompted by curiosity. (adjective)
unusual; odd; out of the ordinary; bizarre (adjective)
Examples of word curious
As a 35-year-old feminist, the seemingly ubiquitous use of the term "post-feminist" seems to signal an ache on the part of those who use it to declare feminism dead and gone, despite very active momentum on various fronts and more than enough self-proclaimed feminists to render the use of the term curious.
But some crazy (or maybe they prefer the term curious?) fans have discovered Rob's address and have attempted to scope out the scene for themselves.
What I find rather curious is the swift pace that the enterprise and its end users areadopting the iPhone 4 and the iPad.
â€œMaureen, this is Dr. Lewis,â€ she said when the older woman approached, her expression curious.
He ends the note already cited (Sept. 6, 1897) on the old House of Commons, which was burned down this year, with what he calls a curious incident concerning