inquisitive

Smug vs Inquisitive - What's the difference?

smug | inquisitive |


As adjectives the difference between smug and inquisitive

is that smug is irritatingly pleased with oneself; self-satisfied while inquisitive is eager to acquire knowledge.

As a verb smug

is (obsolete|transitive) to make smug, or spruce.

Questioning vs Inquisitive - What's the difference?

questioning | inquisitive |


As adjectives the difference between questioning and inquisitive

is that questioning is characterized by questions, inquisitiveness, doubt or wonder while inquisitive is eager to acquire knowledge.

As a noun questioning

is the action of asking questions; a survey; an inquiry.

As a verb questioning

is .

Inquisitive vs Skeptical - What's the difference?

inquisitive | skeptical |


As adjectives the difference between inquisitive and skeptical

is that inquisitive is eager to acquire knowledge while skeptical is having, or expressing doubt; questioning.

Inquisitive vs Explorer - What's the difference?

inquisitive | explorer |


As an adjective inquisitive

is eager to acquire knowledge.

As a noun explorer is

one who explores something.

Inquisitive vs Inquirer - What's the difference?

inquisitive | inquirer |


As an adjective inquisitive

is eager to acquire knowledge.

As a noun inquirer is

one who enquires.

Logical vs Inquisitive - What's the difference?

logical | inquisitive |


As adjectives the difference between logical and inquisitive

is that logical is (not comparable) in agreement with the principles of logic while inquisitive is eager to acquire knowledge.

Cynicism vs Inquisitive - What's the difference?

cynicism | inquisitive |


As a proper noun cynicism

is the philosophy of the greek cynics.

As an adjective inquisitive is

eager to acquire knowledge.

Enthusiastic vs Inquisitive - What's the difference?

enthusiastic | inquisitive |


As adjectives the difference between enthusiastic and inquisitive

is that enthusiastic is with zealous fervor; excited, motivated while inquisitive is eager to acquire knowledge.

Inquisitive vs Bosey - What's the difference?

inquisitive | bosey |


As an adjective inquisitive

is eager to acquire knowledge.

As a noun bosey is

(cricket|obsolete) a googly.

Intuitive vs Inquisitive - What's the difference?

intuitive | inquisitive |


As adjectives the difference between intuitive and inquisitive

is that intuitive is spontaneous, without requiring conscious thought while inquisitive is eager to acquire knowledge.

As a noun intuitive

is one who has (especially parapsychological) intuition.

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