naivety

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

Definition of naivety

plural

naiveties

chiefly British

  1. :  naïveté <If he compromised himself, then it was because of his political ignorance and naivety. — The Times Literary Supplement (London)>



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