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adjective 
  1. Lacking experience, wisdom, or judgement.
Surely you're not enough to believe adverts!
  1. (of art) Produced in a simple, childlike style, deliberately rejecting sophisticated techniques.
I've always liked the way in which he ignores all the background detail.
Etymology: From French naíve, from Latin nativus 'native, natural'.


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