guileless

[gahyl-lis]
adjective
free from guile; sincere; honest; straightforward; frank.

Origin:
1720–30; guile + -less

guilelessly, adverb
guilelessness, noun


artless, ingenuous, naive, unsophisticated.
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guileless (ˈɡaɪllɪs)
 
adj
free from guile; ingenuous
 
guilelessly
 
adv
 
guilelessness
 
n

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Example sentences
Guileless and utterly soothing, these drinks are a snap to make whenever you want an instant fix of childhood memories.
He has a poker player's face, open and guileless and opaque.
Coronations and empires have lost their last allure, and mankind is not often
  drawn together in such guileless rejoicing.
The country-pop singer-songwriter has always been guileless, both in her music
  and public life.
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