naivety

[nah-eev-tee, -ee-vuh-]
noun, plural naiveties.
Also, naïvety.
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naivety, naïveté or naiveté (naɪˈiːvtɪ, ˌnaɪiːvˈteɪ)
 
n , pl -ties, -tés
1.  the state or quality of being naive; ingenuousness; simplicity
2.  a naive act or statement
 
naïveté, naïveté or naiveté
 
n
 
naiveté, naïveté or naiveté
 
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Example sentences
Monopolizing on the naivety of generational consumer influx sets these insane
  ideals.
Your naivety and toxicity is one more example of what will take our country
  down.
But that tends to be the naivety of a new generation.
The few pieces produced during this time show a return to the naivety that
  characterized the first years of his career.
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