inquisitive means: Inquisitive and eager to learn. (in Merlin Dictionary)

What else does inquisitive mean?

  • Inquisitive and curious to the extreme (in Merlin Dictionary)
  • Small design company, but also a dream. A family that gives it all. Compassion, Capability, Passion, Inspiration. We are eager to learn the secrets of creativity, not just the highest levels of it but also the minds that can help us stretch our creativity. To not break but to open the minds of others, and share our creativity knowledge through passion and ability. It all started out as a dream by those who want to put the meaning of creativity on show. You can find inspiration in compassion, passion, and capacity. Let’s not forget that We are the new cool kids. Keep curious. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Aaron West)
  • You’re a bit lazy. PROCRASTINATE is the obvious solution. You’re happy browsing memes, and suddenly, The Inquisition calls. There’s nowhere to hide, no place to flee. If you hide your procrastination, they will hear it. Even if they are going deaf. It’s absurd to think that someone could be both deaf and still hear. This also applies to your Search History. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Folderol)
  • A modern version of the 16th- or 17th Century witchhunt. This is the art of hunting down Wiccans and goths and then beating them mercilessly. People who have had enough of the “witch ****” are often called upon to carry out inquisitions. An all-black or crimson robe with an indigo cross is the proper attire for true members of the Inquisition. This will drive heathens from their territory and prevent retaliation. To hunt their soon-to-be dead, quasi undead prey, inquisitors often carry crossbows, bats, and sledgehammers. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Melanie Barr)
  • The degree of curiosity a person, animal or other being has in learning new things. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Isaac Ruiz)
  • You are hungry for knowledge. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Gavin Lamb)
  • Ever wanted to get *** out of tacos? The Inquisition is the place for you. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Wanderlust)
  • Genuine interest in asking questions, asking questions or requesting answers. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Dereon Henderson)