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naivety

naivety

noun na·ive·ty \nä-ˈē-və-tē, -ˈēv-tē, nī-\
plural na·ive·ties

Definition of NAIVETY

chiefly British
:  naïveté

Variants of NAIVETY

na·ive·ty also na·ïve·ty \nä-ˈē-və-tē, -ˈēv-tē, nī-\

Examples of NAIVETY

  1. <the contention that the royal family took advantage of the young Diana's naivety>

First Known Use of NAIVETY

1708

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