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In her telling, she was, until just five years ago, a complete naif about climate change.
Cole, who once served as a special counsel investigating the House Bank scandal, is no political naif.
For three and a half decades, Naif oversaw the ministry of the interior, which brutally repressed liberals and dissidents.
Saudi newspapers demanded an investigation, but it was Naif who ordered an end to all editorials on the subject.
The ascent of Naif spells the death of reform and human rights in Saudi Arabia.
Of course you should really go to the theological seminary and establish this naif intuitive mysticism upon a disciplined basis.
Their naif delight at the varied skill of the riders was most charming to witness.
Being a lump of simplicity, his sceptism was as naif as his enthusiasm.
I was laboriously 'graceful;' and sported my 'naif sensibility' till it was any thing but naif.
Strange enough, and I confess it with naif delight, I did not feel at all afraid.
On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to naif, such as: amateur, apprentice, babe, beginner, colt, and hayseed.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.