So your interest is piqued, but then how did you convince Marvel to hand you the keys?
Her curiosity was piqued, and she began a nearly decade-long critical review of the research on dietary fat.
The new school was still far off, however, and in the meantime there was close at hand a problem that piqued him annoyingly.
And Speranza was at first puzzled, then piqued, then himself madly fascinated.
And German women began to be piqued at the calm indifference of smart Belgian officers to the favours they might have had.
It was rather their action as a unit which piqued his interest.
The King, whose curiosity was fired by the maid of honour's reputation, piqued himself on succeeding where his brother had failed.
"I'm not going to talk to you," said Renée in a piqued tone.
I could see he preferred to discuss the power in the abstract rather than in relation to himself, but my curiosity was piqued.
His interest was piqued in consequence, and he was in the mood to dare a good deal.