ingenuous

[ in-jen-yoo-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF ingenuous

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INGENUOUS

Without knowing why, they understood perfectly now that neither had been ingenuous.

Somehow, the inflection on the last word did not altogether suggest the ingenuous.

It was ingenuous and brave; born of a proud and great purity.

He trembled before this innocence, so ardent and so ingenuous.

He was, however, anticipated by the voice of the ingenuous and youthful Alice.

Her ingenuous innocence did not conceal her gladness at seeing me!

I cannot boast of Mr. Creech's ingenuous fair dealing to me.

Imogen stood for a moment in a sweet and ingenuous state of suspense.

Thy heart is ingenuous and sincere; thy misfortune is poignant and affecting.

He possessed a soul brave, liberal, enlightened, and ingenuous.

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