But aging Jonas also has the perhaps unintended effect of making his naiveté seem slightly imbecilic.
It really points to the naiveté of the people on the right because this is a human story.
Some mothers, meanwhile, have issued condescending warnings to Mayer about her naiveté.
On the flip side, what they have lost in naiveté, they have gained in collective talent.
That was the last night of my naiveté about the threat we faced in the world.
It is some years since we read these songs, but their naiveté, tenderness, and frolic humor are still fresh in our memory.
He shot her a covert glance—causelessly, for her naiveté was flawless.
He thought of Hilda separately, and he looked for her upon the boards with the naiveté of a desire to see the woman he knew.
He admitted the naiveté of the ageing man, his vanity, his sentimentality.
Gregory continued to be amused by what he felt to be Miss Woodruff's naiveté.