Origin of inquisitive
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Uninquisitive, un-in-kwiz′i-tiv, adj. not inquisitive or curious.
It seemed as if the young baronet would turn out as confiding and uninquisitive as the old one.The Weird Sisters, Volume II (of 3)|Richard Dowling
In some sense, the religion of the timorous and uninquisitive is true.Jane Talbot|Charles Brockden Brown
She seldom saw Wallie, and she found her hostess tactful, kindly and uninquisitive.The Breaking Point|Mary Roberts Rinehart
late 14c., from Old French inquisitif, from Late Latin inquisitivus "making inquiry," from Latin inquisit-, past participle stem of inquirere (see inquire).
An housbonde shal nat been Inquisityf of goddes pryuetee nor of his wyf. [Chaucer, "Miller's Prologue"]
Related: Inquisitively; inquisitiveness.