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It’s easy to think about ancient civilizations and chalk up their failures to naiveté.
He responded at once by presenting himself at her home with all his disarming naivete.
In the vulgar contrast one overhears the considerable naivete that animals have instinct and man, intelligence.
For the Japanese temperament is ever on the verge of a smile which breaks out with catching naivete at the first provocation.
Padre Esteban for an instant was himself embarrassed; Mrs. Brimmer quickly recovered her usual bewildering naivete.
Oliver, puzzled by his naivete, assured him that such things were not uncommon—not at least in Mob Territory.
THE SYNDICC.M. KORNBLUTH
Yet these abominations were committed in the good times of honest Germanic faith and Gallic naivete!
A PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY, VOLUME 10 (OF 10)FRANOIS-MARIE AROUET (AKA VOLTAIRE)
There was charming naivete in the nature of this grotesque, timorous old man.
What had been naivete and tremulous sweetness at twenty, was now conscious strength and patience.
But, my good friend, I was obliged to laugh at my own naivete when I found myself almost going mad.
THE PERFECT WAGNERITEGEORGE BERNARD SHAW

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nonesuchnoun | [nuhn-suhch ]SEE DEFINITION