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: of poor quality; displeasing.|
|Definitions include: a significant other.|
|Definitions include: a joke or "joke" that contains a core of truth.|
|Definitions include: it means for real or the truth.|
|Definitions include: what was previously expected to happen may not.|
|Definitions include: Slang for fifty.|
|Definitions include: To be off the front in bicycle racing means that you have jumped ahead of the main pack of riders.|
|Definitions include: interjection of surprise, alarm, etc.|
|Definitions include: product(s) announced far before any release (even beta) has been made.|
|Definitions include: "waste of space".|
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