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naive
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Atlas Shrugged
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  • Reason, my dear fellow, is the most naive of all superstitions.
  • "Reason," Dr. Pritchett had told them, "is the most naive of all superstitions."
  • The boy had no inkling of any concept of morality; it had been bred out of him by his college; this had left him an odd frankness, naive and cynical at once, like the innocence of a savage.
  • Your country is so incredibly naive.
  • And she was naive enough to imagine that I could suspect her of being the type men find attractive for a relationship in which what they seek is most notoriously not brains.

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  • You—Aunty, do you know the stuff in that thing makes Dr. Goebbels look like a naive little country boy?
    Harper Lee  --  Go Set a Watchman
  • I realize that some naive sliver of me hoped that he was better than this.
    Sabaa Tahir  --  An Ember in the Ashes

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