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curious about vs curious with

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curious about

72,300,000 results on the web

Some examples from the web:

  • I'm curious about the mink coat lady.
  • Just curious about the situation in Kosovo.
  • I'm pretty curious about the freed slave property owners.
  • Just curious about which name he'll have.
  • And, frankly, I'm curious about you.
  • There's something I'm curious about.
  • I'm curious about the name of the boat, Discovery IV.
  • Specifically. Although I'm curious about a general answer too.

curious with

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Some examples from the web:

  • I've learned not to be overly curious with the teenagers here.
  • I see the majority of My children curious with the dates and events.
  • But since everyone is always curious with this liquid delight, let's start with the wine
  • especially the DOC Montecucco, where the letters stand for "Denominazione di Origine Controllata".
  • When he is tired he stops and prepares his meal while entertaining the curious with tricks, crazy acts and abilities like juggling and fire
  • breathing.
  • While that will likely have a big impact on his budding relationship with Daenerys, we're also pretty curious with how this will impact his relationship with Sansa.
  • tastes good and curious with the hazelnut aftertaste, I really like how coffee break, I think I'll try the other variants, shipping excellent thank you. (Translated)

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