naive[ nah-eev ]SEE DEFINITION OF naive
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NAIVE
She raised her blue eyes toward the ceiling in a naive rapture.
A fellow of some innocence in his naive duplicity, but none the less dangerous.
At this naive statement, the sheepman could not restrain a smile.
Not that I should advise you to imitate this naive way out of a difficulty.
Some of the forms it assumes are simple and naive, like feudal rights.
This wonderful gift was presented in the most naive way imaginable.
"And what a good idea," was Paganel's naive rejoinder to her exclamation.
She looked about her with the naive curiosity I remembered so well.
It was the exact tone of a young baby, a naive and innocent cry.
Yet he was not quite prepared for the naive change in his companion's face.