naiveness


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AaAs this strategy unfolds, Iranians will pay in lost independence or in blood for the naiveness of its secularized youth and for the mistake the mullahs made in trusting Mousavi.
The thing is patent--it is the only impression that remains after reading the last words--it argues naiveness of an appalling kind or else a most serene impudence.
We should run the risk to state that in her naiveness, she manages something that some researchers tend to confound.
He carried a slight naiveness about him and he portrayed that to ze camera.
Rameau's identification with his "sake," that is, the beauty, naiveness, and authenticity of music, is the key for Harris's interpretation.