It puts you in touch with your guileless goals and essential desires.
And then, as in this 1972 letter to James Ivory, he is touchingly vulnerable and guileless.
She is, in the words of former Reagan operative Jeffrey Lord, “a guileless, fevered Marxist.”
At its most pejorative, the term describes a uniquely disposable kind of young gay man: Hairless, guileless, witless.
And the guileless one exclaimed, "That's the first Turk I've seen in his wild state!"
He had liked all police constables tenderly, with a guileless trustfulness.
The others laughed at this guileless confession, and Mr. Gilroy shook his head despairingly.
He stooped to meet the guileless face that met his without shrinking.
After all, he could not be brutal with this guileless maiden.
Perhaps she was just as sequestered and guileless and inexperienced as that.