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naïveté

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of NAÏVETÉ

2
readiness to believe the claims of others without sufficient evidence <though he was streetwise, the investigative reporter regularly assumed an air of naïveté when he was interviewing confidence men, charlatans, counterfeiters, and other assorted swindlers of the general public>

Variants of NAÏVETÉ

naïveté also naivete or naiveté

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