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ingenuous
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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innocent as in lacking in sophistication or worldliness — especially in being direct and not masking feelings
  • He was a year older than I, and I avoided him on principle: he enjoyed everything I disapproved of, and disliked my ingenuous diversions.
    p. 103.3
ingenuous = innocent or childlike
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