The incurious traveler is thus impressed, by these screening walls, with an incorrect idea of the true nature of the island.
Lady Lane's face, reflected in the mirror, was passive and incurious.
But Tony merely fluttered his big black eyes open and stared at me for a long minute of incurious amaze ere he closed them again.
They moved a little in my direction, incurious, recognizing me slowly.
She soon appeared—cold, passive, incurious, yet beneath this I could see the confined struggle of passion.
Was it because she had been so incurious that it had worn that look to her?
He had the casual, incurious look of one who had been for a little trip down the line.
Though they rode close by, yet they showed no sign, passing silent and incurious.
The question came from Carson Tinker, but his tone was incurious, manifesting no interest whatever.
She did not shudder nor exclaim; she only looked with quiet and incurious eyes.