So there you have it: the curious case of Cheney and his Wondrous Heart.
But there's a curious lack of enthusiasm among those masses ….
Indeed, the Internet allows us curious observers to view the creation of conspiracy theories in real time.
But Sy, the fourth child, was always mischievous, curious, and made people laugh.
curious housewives stepped out in their aprons to watch them march down the road, four abreast waving two large American flags.
I tore myself away from the staring, curious eyes of the figure.
It is curious to note the extent to which the unexpected has come about.
There was a curious growling noise and a loud rap on the cabin-floor.
At any rate the marshal smiled, and a curious flush came in Andrew's face.
It was curious, she thought, how much meaning there was in colors.
mid-14c., "eager to know" (often in a bad sense), from Old French curios "solicitous, anxious, inquisitive; odd, strange" (Modern French curieux) and directly from Latin curiosus "careful, diligent; inquiring eagerly, meddlesome," akin to cura "care" (see cure (n.)). The objective sense of "exciting curiosity" is 1715 in English. In booksellers' catalogues, the word means "erotic, pornographic." Curiouser and curiouser is from "Alice in Wonderland" (1865).