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use "inquisitive" in a sentence

Gerbils are fast but overly inquisitive.

She is an inquisitive and bold young woman, who seems to have inherited many of her parents' friendly attitudes and community spirit.

High-speed cameras show oogpister beetles squirting formic acid into the face of an inquisitive mongoose and
Savage's body was handed over to his relatives.

Until recently, the transcript of the inquest was not widely available, so people could not evaluate the ruling of the coroner.

During the inquest into Lanfranchi's death, Rogerson claimed self-defence.

The inquest concluded that the man asleep in the lounge had left a cigarette burning, despite there being little evidence to support this.

At the inquest the coroner recorded a verdict of accidental death.

An inquest was held on the 14th May 1865 and it was generally agreed that Constable John Bright fired the fatal shot.

Mrs Maxwell's statement to the police contained no such remark nor is it included records of the inquest on Kelly.

Paquet has vehemently denied this claim, noting that he met and conversed with Tsannie-Burseth at the inquest.

inquest and Trial The inquest was opened in the front parlour of Woolcock's cottage with 14 jurors.

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