naivety in a sentence
pronunciation: [ [ nɑ:'i:vti ] ]
- This isn't'testosterone-imbued ethnic nationalism'however, just extreme naivety.
- Kurumi plays at naivety, yet is well aware of Hideo's attraction to her.
- The result was a house of " exuberant grandeur and at the same time endearing naivety ".
- He senses the importance of her naivety and seizes her attention by putting on an eleborate performance.
- Daisy continues her friendship with Lucy and Lee, and her naivety often gets them in trouble.
- He initially hated Mikan, often bullied and ignored her, due to her stubbornness and naivety.
- Other players however, usually use her naivety against her to follow strategies that serve self-preservation.
- He contributed bitingly sarcastic articles on what he saw as the cultural backwardness and naivety of his compatriots.
- The character was an engaging mixture of naivety and stoic authority, and became a favorite for audiences.
- While the policeman is disappointed in Don Jaime's naivety, he is impressed with his courage.