Thesaurus / simple-minded
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How noble are the simple-minded—how sweet the people of the Countryside—how inevitable and unerring is the voice of the people!

Child and CountryWill Levington Comfort

"It might only worry pa and ma," said the kind-hearted but simple-minded young farmer.

About the dressing tent and the assembly yard the women stars appeared plain and simple-minded people.

The Crimson FlashRoy J. Snell

It is never necessary to speak to the simple-minded man or child about the freedom of the human will.

Too simple-minded to think much of his lordship's position, she was yet a woman.

Must I shoot a simple-minded boy for deserting, and spare the wily agitator whose words induce him to desert?

He was perhaps the most simple-minded, gentle creature I have ever known.

Diversions in SicilyH. Festing Jones

She is simple-minded, ignorant of the world, affectionate, and where she is told to love she will love.

The Purple LandW. H. Hudson

So much he saw at once; the man was so simple-minded, so transparently natural, one could not be angry with him.

It is not simple-minded maidens that one wants at Court to share the confidence of princes.

The Memoirs of Madame de Montespan, CompleteMadame La Marquise De Montespan

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.