naiveness

IPA: nɑˈivnʌs

noun

  • lack of sophistication or worldliness

Examples of "naiveness" in Sentences

  • Both naiveness and naivete are both nouns and can be used in this instance.
  • I cannot find the words to express my amazement at people's vanity and naiveness.
  • Maybe young and stupid sometimes, but sometimes that naiveness, it's a little scary.
  • She's turning it into a race about Kindergarten essays and her main rivals 'naiveness.
  • It is irresponsible and shows your naiveness (sp?) and inexperience with dealing with other people.
  • I expect the naiveness from the college kids, but you adults who have been voting for awhile should know better!
  • Her wide saucer eyes just make her discoveries all that much more sweet and really re-emphasize the innocence and naiveness she brings to Death.
  • As this strategy unfolds, Iranians will pay in lost independence or in blood for the naiveness of its secularized youth and for the mistake the mullahs made in trusting Mousavi.
  • Too little too late, Obama has lost the people he needs to win in November, his lies, constant flip flops, and naiveness … All on video, they will rip him apart once the nomination is over, and it will all be his fault.

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