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use "naive" in a sentence

“You can call me naive if you want but it’s not going to slow me down.

What made me naive enough to not ask someone I know and have met in person?

Scioscia called his old-school reputation "a naive response" and "fiction."

That is naive to the point of being something you might hear in junior high.

If you think me naive, meet a 16-year-old Syrian boy here whom I’ll call Ahmed.

It's set up like a friendly date, but I'm not naive about what goes on, she said.

And we do know that 1000s of innocent, naive girls are lured into sexual slavery.

He had a youthful grin and was a bit naive, but he also had an iron rebellious streak.

What is naive is to think it's remotely possible to govern this country unless we can.

'Being young and naive, I thought I'd stay home a couple of years, then go to med school.'

I never thought she would have been scamming me, I was very naive there I suppose."""

Christie called Trump's position "painfully naive" and compared him to President Barack Obama.

Or, as they also put it in a classic piece of fashion-speak: "Naive is the new sophisticated."

However, Bayern were guilty of naive defending as their early lead on the night was wiped out.

“You were naive not to know the difference between a private matter and your professional role.”

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