Origin of incurious
Examples from the Web for incurious
At length we curtseyed up to a wharf just the other side of their Castle Garden,—very 69 incurious about them and their city.The Writings of Henry David Thoreau, Volume VI, Familiar Letters|Henry David Thoreau
They are not incurious of the lives around them—these little lives that succeed one another so quickly.Zuleika Dobson|Max Beerbohm
The question came from Carson Tinker, but his tone was incurious, manifesting no interest whatever.Harlequin and Columbine|Booth Tarkington
They moved a little in my direction, incurious, recognizing me slowly.The Arrow of Gold|Joseph Conrad
And you haven't proven anything about the incurious majority.The Junkmakers|Albert R. Teichner
1560s, "negligent, heedless," from Latin incuriosus "careless, negligent, unconcerned," from in- "not, opposite of, without" (see in- (1)) + curiosus (see curious). Meaning "uninquisitive" is from 1610s. Objective sense of "unworthy of attention" is from 1747.