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naive
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The Fountainhead
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  • For heaven’s sake, can’t you stop being so naive about it?
  • My dear Peter, how naive you are!
  • But since you are quite obviously naive and inexperienced, I shall point out to you that I am not in the habit of asking for the esthetic opinions of my draftsmen.
  • Keating made it known, with an air of naive confidence which implied that he was only a tool, no more than Tim’s pencil or T-square, that his help enhanced Tim’s importance rather than diminished it and, therefore, he did not wish to conceal it.
  • He’s a very naive person.
  • He’s naive enough to think that men are motivated primarily by money.
  • You’re naive, Renee," shrugged Eve Layton.

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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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