Related formsguile·less·ly, adverbguile·less·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for guileless
She is, in the words of former Reagan operative Jeffrey Lord, “a guileless, fevered Marxist.”
It puts you in touch with your guileless goals and essential desires.
And then, as in this 1972 letter to James Ivory, he is touchingly vulnerable and guileless.
Then looking at the guileless and faithful being beside him, he softened once more.The Far Horizon|Lucas Malet
Such a guileless soul that I thought flying would do something to a man.Plays|Susan Glaspell
And so the Grail warders are waiting, waiting for the coming of the "guileless fool."The Complete Opera Book|Gustav Kobb
In an instant, from what he had been he became the frank and guileless nobleman.To Have and To Hold|Mary Johnston
This was no simple teamster, guileless of training, who faced him, but a man whose life was in the outer circle of the prize ring.The Preacher of Cedar Mountain|Ernest Thompson Seton