Examples of guileless in a Sentence
she was an easygoing, guileless young woman who was comfortable just being herself
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There is something almost dialectical about the contrast between the parents on one hand and Nancy on the other, between Cameron and Buscemi’s open, guileless performances and Riseborough’s flat, affectless line readings.
And then there’s Faith, whose demand that the world give her the chance to be one of its conquering heroes is the definition of a certain kind of ambition — graceful, guileless and vaguely sinister.
At the start of the season, Ruth, in a guileless effort to advocate for her coworkers, appeals to Sam.
Brayden, a rich-voiced British actress, easily conveys Pearl’s self-conscious angst, while Platt’s Walker has a gentle ease, without Mortensen’s guileless charm.
Never trust a baby chick, not even the most downy and guileless.
Vogue also opened its doors to a scheming assistant (played by Paulson), who is working with none other than the magazine’s own blissfully guileless Director of Special Events Eaddy Kiernan.
The story unfolded slowly, calmly, its violence muffled by the confusion of its narrator, a guileless teen-age girl.
Adding models like Adut Akech, Shanelle Nyasiase, and Meghan Roche to the roster the gave the lineup a youthful sensibility, but clad in Donatella’s corsets and tartan even the most guileless girl next door was transformed into a bombshell.
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on the level;
GUILELESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of guileless for English Language Learners
: very innocent
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