guilelessness

[ gahyl-lis ]SEE DEFINITION OF guilelessness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GUILELESSNESS

He had his own honor to satisfy, as well as her guilelessness.

Eva's the dearest little piece of guilelessness in the world.

He could not tell, for guilelessness in a woman is as impenetrable as coquetry.

In his relation to man, his guilelessness is a remarkable feature.

Yet she remained very young; her innocence and guilelessness did not leave her.

Oh, thank you, said Dorothy with a guilelessness that was sheer camouflage.

He shook his head, and she smiled at the guilelessness of his reply.

Some of them might be taken as models for innocence, simplicity, guilelessness.

The guilelessness which shone from the young wife's clear eyes was unmistakable.

Her expression was one of singular purity and guilelessness.

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