Definition of Naives
1. naive [n] - See also: naive
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Literary usage of Naives
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Father Duffy's Story: A Tale of Humor and Heroism, of Life and Death with by Francis Patrick Duffy (1919)
"27th, 1917 naives in Blooey we call it, with a strong hoot on the last word. ... naives will do for a description of Vacon, Brous- sey, Villeroi, ..."
2. The International Socialist Review: A Monthly Journal of International (1904)
"I dare say they had all the religious freedom they wanted among the naives, but mighty little to eat. The first immigrants were earnest, sturdy people and ..."
3. Archiv F�ur Geschichte Der Philosophie (1903)
"Auch in ihm kaiin die Natur über die Kunst oder über die Kultur obsiegen. Nun unterscheidet Schiller am Menschen ein naives der Überraschung, ..."
4. The Lyon in Mourning: Or, A Collection of Speeches, Letters, Journals, Etc by Robert Forbes (1895)
"... at his quarters,1 au information was brought that General Campbell, with six men-of-war, well furnished with troops, had anchored at Loch naives (the ..."
5. The 55th Artillery (C.A.C.) in the American Expeditionary Forces, France, 1918 by Frederick Morse Cutler (1920)
"In France the regiment made the hardest day's journey in their entire experience, from naives in the Department of the Meuse to ..."
6. The 55th Artillery (C.A.C.) in the American Expeditionary Forces, France, 1918 by Frederick Morse Cutler (1920)
"An early start was made from naives, the heavy column leaving at 2 AM and the light column two hours later, so as to pass Bar-le-Duc before dawn and avoid ..."
7. The Artilleryman: The Experiences and Impressions of an American Artillery by Jay McIlvaine Lee (1920)
"2nd Battalion Headquarters and F Battery at naives. The new quarters were in partly inhabited villages which had not suffered any actual destruction, ..."