artless

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARTLESS

Milza endeavoured, in her own artless way, to soothe the distress her words had excited.

Flora, who had been spoiled and artless long ago, was determined to be spoiled and artless now.

Some of the inscriptions were so artless as to provoke a smile.

"I thought you knowed everything, father," said the artless boy.

Edwin had received from nature the gift of an honest and artless eloquence.

So artless and innocent then, now so subtle and significant!

The cynical town runs to artless art as an antidote to its own poison.

Man is as artless as a bird; he will sing when he can, for this is his nature.

The girl was so artless, you could see her quiver, or feel her, at every shot.

A young sportsman on the bank who had joined me expressed his artless disappointment.

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