Definition of curiouser
- more curious.
Citation from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Lewis Carroll blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
Citation from article title, NewScientist, 29 July 2009, Andrew Watson blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
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|Definitions include: to try to swoop on somebody's lover.|
|Definitions include: secret.|
|Definitions include: to customize an automobile.|
|Definitions include: to defeat.|
|Definitions include: Female Anatomy.|
|Definitions include: to be alright or just fine, i.e. to replace "good" in "It's all good!"|
|Definitions include: any forum for communication in which all members agree with everyone else.|
|Definitions include: to vomit.|
|Definitions include: a guy who is always trustworthy no matter what|
|Definitions include: a person who is fanatical about nature.|
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