Definition of Curiouser

1. Adjective. (nonstandard) (comparative of curious) ¹

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Definition of Curiouser

1. curious [adj] - See also: curious

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Curiouser

curie temperature
curienite
curies
curiet
curiets
curing
curing light
curio
curiologic
curios
curiosa
curiosities
curiosity
curiosity killed the cat
curious
curiouser
curiousest
curiousity
curiously
curiously enough
curiousness
curiousnesses
curite
curites
curium
curium bromide
curiums
curl
curl-up
curl somebody's hair

Literary usage of Curiouser

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Criminal Polit Buros and Other Plagues by Gyeorgos Ceres Hatonn (1994)
"CHAPTER 5 REC #1 HATONN WED., APR. 20, 1994 9:36 AM. YEAR 7, DAY 247 WED. APR 20 1994 Curiouser AND Curiouser Bad grammar? Would “more and more curious” ..."

2. World's-End by Amélie Rives (1914)
"Owen opened a Washington paper, and became absorbed in its contents. And again Phoebe shared the emotions of Alice when she exclaimed, "Curiouser and ..."

3. Library Journal by Richard Rogers Bowker, Charles Ammi Cutter, American Library Association, Library Association (1899)
"The caverns were most interesting; indeed they grew " curiouser and curiouser," as the queer hobgoblin formations, the fishmarket, the shawls, Diana's bath, ..."

4. San Francisco as it Was, as it Is, and how to See it by Helen Throop Purdy (1912)
"The quotations were in all languages and ranged from Alice in Wonder/rfW,'"Curiouser and curiouser,'said Alice," to Greek classics. ..."

5. Mr. Punch's History of Modern England by Charles Larcom Graves (1922)
"... and Alice rejoins: "Curiouser and curiouser." Phil May was only thirty- nine when he died in 1903, and left a gap never quite filled as a brilliant, ..."

6. Criminal Polit Buros and Other Plagues by Gyeorgos Ceres Hatonn (1994)
"CHAPTER 5 REC #1 HATONN WED., APR. 20, 1994 9:36 AM. YEAR 7, DAY 247 WED. APR 20 1994 Curiouser AND Curiouser Bad grammar? Would “more and more curious” ..."

7. World's-End by Amélie Rives (1914)
"Owen opened a Washington paper, and became absorbed in its contents. And again Phoebe shared the emotions of Alice when she exclaimed, "Curiouser and ..."

8. Library Journal by Richard Rogers Bowker, Charles Ammi Cutter, American Library Association, Library Association (1899)
"The caverns were most interesting; indeed they grew " curiouser and curiouser," as the queer hobgoblin formations, the fishmarket, the shawls, Diana's bath, ..."

9. San Francisco as it Was, as it Is, and how to See it by Helen Throop Purdy (1912)
"The quotations were in all languages and ranged from Alice in Wonder/rfW,'"Curiouser and curiouser,'said Alice," to Greek classics. ..."

10. Mr. Punch's History of Modern England by Charles Larcom Graves (1922)
"... and Alice rejoins: "Curiouser and curiouser." Phil May was only thirty- nine when he died in 1903, and left a gap never quite filled as a brilliant, ..."

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