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naivete
used in Dracula

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Definition
inexperience, innocence, or lack of sophistication
  • Even while he was speaking an idea dawned upon him, and he said with unconscious simplicity, in a different voice, and with the naivete of a child, "that's quite true, upon my honour.
    Chapter 17 (18% in)

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