In our naivete, we sometimes go rushing in where angels fear to tread.
Our naivete would soon force me to make a decision that would tip the balance of the campaign.
The program began to teeter under the weight of its own outsized expectations, questionable staffing decisions, and naivete.
The left's naivete is most egregious when it comes to Afghanistan.
At times the optimism bordered on naivete, suggesting possible conflicts down the road.
Aladdin, talking eagerly and with the naivete of a child, wondered why he had never liked this man so much before.
In Mr. Collins we see much of the naivete of Suett and Blisset.
What had been naivete and tremulous sweetness at twenty, was now conscious strength and patience.
But there was a sort of freshness and naivete and youthfulness about her which made him use that adjective.
But her naivete amused her husband, who devised all sorts of pleasures for her entertainment.