Lacking intellectual inquisitiveness or natural curiosity; uninterested.(adjective)
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Use "incurious" in a sentence
"It is why Democrats actually pass plicies that make sense, and it is also why Democrats get so tired of talking to conservatives who are so freakin incurious that they will accept whatever their "daddies" at fux and talk radio tell them, even when it contradicts what they so heartily "believed" the day before."
"That you remain incurious enough, as well as apathetic enough, to avoid doing the research, that’s your issue, notmine."
"The problem is that they are ignorant and incurious, which is an entirely different thing."