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naive
used in Howards End

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lacking experience or sophistication, and the understanding that comes from them — often too trusting or optimistic
  • "Then you don't think I was foolish?" he asked becoming again the naive and sweet-tempered boy for whom Nature intended him.
    Chapter 14 (57% in)

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