ساذج, غر, برئ, بسيط
Adjective(1) marked by or showing unaffected simplicity and lack of guile or worldly experience(2) of or created by one without formal training; simple or naive in style(3) inexperienced(4) lacking information or instruction(5) not initiated; deficient in relevant experience
(1) This campaign utilises unrelated fun visuals and a faux naive style, which makes it all the smarter.(2) I don't think that I was - I think I was more naive on that front than one would expect.(3) You always said that you were politically naive , that you were a non-political person.(4) Speaking with the naive innocence of childhood, he asks why mummy and daddy aren't married and on their honeymoon.(5) An aware, as opposed to naive , romanticism never did anyone any harm.(6) We miss out on the world because we are naive , ingÔö£┬«nues who need to be taught everything.(7) They were naive to believe they were immune from war's violence.(8) Admittedly, I did get the feeling that extended exposure to its naive style might weary me, but at first glance?(9) Perhaps it was the shock that kept them hoping or maybe it was a naive innocence.(10) Again, to be fair, in Bangalore he made a bold - some would say naive - attempt to redefine Britain's role in the world.(11) He picks the naive approach and joyous colours and forms creating a montage of the flora, fauna and people of South Asia.(12) I can't believe she's that naive and she's a nurse and she's an educated person.(13) Maybe it wasn't a coincidence and you're not as innocent or naive as you try to act.(14) Only a very naive observer would conclude that this is currently a party with the focus and energy to win another mandate, whoever its leader may be.(15) I'm not naive enough to think that the job of the press is to make the president look good or even to make the country look good.(16) It's about being innocent and naive , much like Adam was in Paradise before the fall from grace.
(1) naive :: ساذج
1. innocent ::
2. uninitiated ::
3. uninstructed ::
4. primitive ::
1. cosmopolitan ::
2. experienced ::
3. knowing ::
4. sophisticated ::
Different Formsnaive, naively, naivety
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