Curious



adjective
1.
eager to learn or know; inquisitive.
2.
prying; meddlesome.
3.
arousing or exciting speculation, interest, or attention through being inexplicable or highly unusual; odd; strange:
a curious sort of person; a curious scene.
4.
Archaic.

made or prepared skillfully.
done with painstaking accuracy or attention to detail:
a curious inquiry.
careful; fastidious.
marked by intricacy or subtlety.

adjective
1.
eager to learn; inquisitive
2.
overinquisitive; prying
3.
interesting because of oddness or novelty; strange; unexpected
4.
(rare) (of workmanship, etc) highly detailed, intricate, or subtle
5.
(obsolete) fastidious or hard to please

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