Definition of Naivest

1. Adjective. (superlative of naïve) ¹



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Definition of Naivest

1. naive [adj] - See also: naive

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Naivest

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
ne1
ne bis in idem

Literary usage of Naivest

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1. The Virgin Birth by Richard H. Grützmacher (1907)
"Yes, there is hardly a department that, equally with ours, can shake the naivest blind faith in the certainty of scientific results, on the supposition, ..."

2. The Correspondence of Thomas Carlyle and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 1834-1872 by Thomas Carlyle, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Charles Eliot Norton (1883)
"The man withal is a Catholic, eats fish on Friday; — a great lion here when he visits us; one of the naivest men in the world : concerning whom nevertheless ..."

3. A History of German Literature by John George Robertson (1902)
"1 The poetic temperament of the Teuton, as compared with the Latin, is displayed in its naivest, simplest form in the first of the two " cosmopolitan ..."

4. Studies in Humanism by Ferdinand Canning Scott Schiller (1907)
"(2) But these difficulties are old, and ought to be familiar to all but the naivest realism, of which Mr. Bradley's language here grows strangely redolent.1 ..."

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