adjective guile·less \ˈgī(-ə)l-ləs\

: very innocent

Full Definition of GUILELESS

guile·less·ly adverb
guile·less·ness noun

Examples of GUILELESS

  1. <she was an easygoing, guileless young woman who was comfortable just being herself>

First Known Use of GUILELESS

circa 1616


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