What does curiouser and curiouser mean?
Similarly, it is asked, where does the phrase Curiouser and curiouser come from?
According to the OED, the word curiouser was coined by Lewis Carroll in Alice in Wonderland in 1865, as the phrase "curiouser and curiouser". In fact, the OED cites this phrase only, and does not treat curiouser as a word unto itself; the phrase has the meaning "increasingly strange".
Also, what do you mean by curious? curious. If you're curious, you really want to know something — like the secret ingredient that makes these cookies so crunchy. Curious describes someone who is eager to find out answers and to explore and learn. A curious student asks lots of questions.
Accordingly, who said things are getting curiouser and curiouser?
What is the superlative form of curious?
curious (comparative more curious or curiouser, superlative most curious or curiousest)