She seldom saw Wallie, and she found her hostess tactful, kindly and uninquisitive.
In some sense, the religion of the timorous and uninquisitive is true.
It seemed as if the young baronet would turn out as confiding and uninquisitive as the old one.
uninquisitive, un-in-kwiz′i-tiv, adj. not inquisitive or curious.
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.