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in an ingenuous manner

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Observe how ingenuously he underlines certain words, and how crudely he glosses over his hidden thoughts.
Svidrigailov muttered ingenuously, as though he, too, were puzzled.
He built massive pipe organ, outfitting the nave with pipes some ingenuously hidden so that when sounded, the walls itself seemed to sing.
It ingenuously and deceptively, did not identify the non-Jewish communities.
While the relation between will and action in the Nietzschean genius's economy of drives escapes intelligibility, D'Annunzio ingenuously manages his emotional expenditure in life and art, transfiguring Nietzsche's sarcasm in sensual, heroic terms.
The assessment offered of TLO theory is that it ingenuously elaborates a framework of analysis that is useful to reveal with clarity how norm-making and implementation in the world today follows patterns that cannot be precisely anticipated and may foster the creation of many variations of institutions and policies, with different degrees of practical and conceptual stability and varied degrees of comprehensiveness of given issue areas.
All this while, the third carrier, INS Vikrant, Indian's First Ingenuously built Aircraft Carrier was under construction at CSL, resulting in a situation where all the three aircraft carriers were in Cochin.
In the same diary, he ingenuously presaged the dreamy, inward focus on the haunted self that years later would make Confessions of an English Opium Eater a tour de force:
he shrugs a bit ingenuously, as if to say 'Plus ca change'.
As Rubik writes, women in Oliphant's fiction "are not ingenuously ignorant, but always know exactly what they want; they are not shy and helpless, but confident and sure of themselves; they are not passive, but active; they are not emotional, but calculating and capable of solving problems rationally" (115).
The same folks who created Al-Qaeda and used it ingenuously and effectively for years until Osama and his baby had exhausted their uses and were past their sell-by date.
For Esther, newly and ingenuously in love, this all presents a formidable set of challenges to her new-found relationship, and her parents' disapproval makes things worse.
Director Slaboshpytskiy's allegory of corruption and it's infection of an entire social system presents itself as a stylish and well-crafted cinematic experience, that ingenuously plays with the tools of sound and image.
Instead of imposing a strict causality on the sequence of events, as he did in All My Sons, Miller now uses the dramatic space to the effect that not only do the past and the present coexist and flow into each other seamlessly but, more ingenuously, different forms of remembering and reconstituting the past are enacted in the way they are registered in our consciousness.
Temperamentally, however, both writers can be considered anti-conformists, even contrarians, though Delfini perhaps more ingenuously so than Celati.