EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE NAÏVE
Nothing could be more naive than the writer's ignorance at some points, or more startling than her learning at others.
Buzonniere, Rochfort and Fangouse are milder and more naive in their demonstrations and their works are of no weight or interest.
It is of course in the more naive cults that this suffusion of pecuniary beauty is most patent, but it is visible throughout.
The Marquise d'Espard had said to him on one occasion, "Nothing is more naive than a first love."