Definition of Naiver

1. Adjective. (comparative of naïve) ¹



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Definition of Naiver

1. naive [adj] - See also: naive

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Naiver

naysays
naythles
nayward
naywards
nayword
naywords
naze
nazes
nazifications
nazified
nazifies
nazifying
nazir
nazirs
nazis
naïver
naïvest
nbd chloride
ncRNAs
ncam
nda
nduja
ne'er
ne'er-do-well
ne'er-do-wells
ne'er a
ne'er cast a clout til May be out
ne'ertheless
ne're-do-well
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Literary usage of Naiver

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1. The Beginnings of Christianity by Paul Wernle, Gustav Adolph Bienemann, William Douglas Morrison, Theodor Mommsen, Heinrich Kiepert, Marion J. Wright (1885)
"... war keineswegs ein naiver Volksglaube, sondern eine hoch entwickelte und anspruchsvolle Theologie, die nach guter ..."

2. A History of German Literature by John George Robertson (1902)
"... the denizen of a naiver world than ours, he is representative of the vigorous iconoclasm of the eighteenth century which finally broke with the formal ..."

3. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1844)
"With the enviable naiver.6 of that class whose tradition it is that the King can do no wrong, Miss Sitwell has ignored the Georges and William as symbols of ..."

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