Definition of 'naiveté'
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She was a manipulative woman, but her power was very limited, and in our naiveté we saw her as a villain. WICKED: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF THE WICKED WITCH OF THE WEST (1995)
She couldn't bear to think of the woman laughing behind his back, exploiting his gentility, his naïveté. THE HELLBOUND HEART (2001)But naïveté, of course, was a part of love: that was one of its weaknesses. MURDER SONG (2001)These were sights, sounds, smells and emotions which could not be accommodated in the soft, pliable naïveté of her life of just last week. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2001)
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