guileless

[gahyl-lis]
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Origin of guileless

First recorded in 1720–30; guile + -less
Related formsguile·less·ly, adverbguile·less·ness, noun

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guileless

adjective
  1. free from guile; ingenuous
Derived Formsguilelessly, adverbguilelessness, noun
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Word Origin and History for guilelessly

guileless

adj.

1727, from guile + -less. Related: Guilelessly; guilelessness.

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