One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Two Papua New Guinean tribesmen look out incuriously from a small doctored photograph.’
- ‘What the human eye observes casually and incuriously, the eye of the camera… notes with relentless fidelity.’
- ‘Glittering ominously in the firelight, their eyes followed her incuriously, drawn by movement.’
- ‘Turkish troops were passing incuriously between the tents and their latrines dug out on our side.’
- ‘So I stomped on, incuriously, to the beat of my own drum and never really got anywhere.’
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