Curiosity Phrases

Curiosity Phrases

Today is the turn of the phrases that refer to that characteristic that encourages us to know more, to know and learn new things. Curiosity in its proper measure is the incentive we need to keep ourselves in continuous learning.


  • Boredom is cured with curiosity. (Dorothy Parker)
  • I do not have special talents, but I am deeply curious. (Albert Einstein)
  • Old age is the loss of curiosity. (Azorín)
  • Teaching those who are not curious to learn is like sowing a field without plowing it. (Richard Dehmel)
  • Curiosity is the very basis of education, and if you tell me that curiosity killed the cat, I will only say that the cat died nobly. (Arnold Edinborough)
  • The public has an insatiable curiosity to know everything, except what is worth knowing. (Oscar Wilde)
  • I'd rather my mind open out of curiosity than close out of conviction. (Gerry Spence)
  • Our crime is being men and wanting to know. (Alphonse de Lamartine)
  • Walk into the future, opening new doors and trying new things, be curious ... because our curiosity always leads us down new paths. (Walt Disney)
  • The first love is a little madness and a great curiosity. (George Bernard Shaw)
  • I believe that if, at the birth of a child, a mother could ask the fairy godmother to endow him with the best gift, this would be curiosity. (Eleanor Roosevelt)
  • curiosity is one of the true and permanent characteristics of a vigorous mind. (Samuel Johnson)

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Video: 5 Latin phrases that are still meaningful today. BBC Ideas (September 2020).