naive

naive
I adjective believing, callow, childish, childlike, credulous, deceivable, deludable, dupable, exploitable, foolable, green, gullible, immature, inexperienced, innocent, natural, open, plain, provincial, simple, simplex, trusting, unaffected, unfeigned, unschooled, unsophisticated, unsuspecting, unsuspicious, unworldly, void of suspicion II index credulous, inexperienced, ingenuous, puerile, unaccustomed, unaffected (sincere), unsuspecting

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  • Naïve — may refer to:*a French loanword (adjective, form of naïf ) indicating having or showing a lack of experience, understanding or sophistication*Naïve art, art created by untrained artists, or artists aspiring to naïve realisations *Naïve realism, a …   Wikipedia

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  • Naïve — Records Cet article a pour sujet le label nommé Naïve. Pour une définition du mot « naïve », voir l’article naïve du Wiktionnaire. Filiale de …   Wikipédia en Français

  • naive — UK / US or naïve UK [naɪˈiːv] / US [nɑˈɪv] adjective a) a naive person lacks experience of life and tends to trust other people and believe things too easily a naive 17 year old b) typical of a naive person a naive question Derived words: naively …   English dictionary

  • naïve — naive UK / US or naïve UK [naɪˈiːv] / US [nɑˈɪv] adjective a) a naive person lacks experience of life and tends to trust other people and believe things too easily a naive 17 year old b) typical of a naive person a naive question Derived words:… …   English dictionary

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  • naive — or naïve [nä ēv′] adj. [Fr, fem. of naïf < L nativus, natural, NATIVE] 1. unaffectedly, or sometimes foolishly, simple; childlike; artless 2. not suspicious; credulous naively adv. naïvely SYN. NAIVE implies a genuine, innocent simplicity or… …   English World dictionary

  • naive — a*ive , naive a*[ i]ve (n[aum]*[=e]v ), a. [F. na[ i]f, fem. na[ i]ve, fr. L. nativus innate, natural, native. See {Native}, and cf. {Na[ i]f}.] 1. Having native or unaffected simplicity; ingenuous; artless; frank; as, na[ i]ve manners; a na[… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • naive — a*ive , naive a*[ i]ve (n[aum]*[=e]v ), a. [F. na[ i]f, fem. na[ i]ve, fr. L. nativus innate, natural, native. See {Native}, and cf. {Na[ i]f}.] 1. Having native or unaffected simplicity; ingenuous; artless; frank; as, na[ i]ve manners; a na[… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • naive — (adj.) 1650s, natural, simple, artless, from Fr. naïve, fem. of naïf, from O.Fr. naif naive, natural, genuine; just born; foolish, innocent; unspoiled, unworked (13c.), from L. nativus not artificial, also native, rustic, lit. born, innate,… …   Etymology dictionary

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