好奇心, こうきしん

  • kōkishin

Definition of 好奇心,こうきしん

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • curiosity
  • inquisitiveness

Examples of 好奇心,こうきしん in a Sentence

好奇心からそこへ行った。
I went there out of curiosity.
好奇心負けた
Curiosity got the better of him.
好奇心駆られて質問した。
His curiosity prompted him to ask questions.
好奇心そのもの
He is all curiosity.
小さな子供大変好奇心強い
Small children are very curious.
There were times, at falling night, when he looked up with curiosity to the stars.
Generally speaking, the Englishman is not curious about others.
His story excited everyone's curiosity.
He never loses his curiosity; he is, as it were, an eternal youth.
He has always had a great curiosity about the world.
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