noun, plural in·gé·nues [an-zhuh-nooz, -nyooz; French an-zhey-ny] /ˈæn ʒəˌnuz, -ˌnyuz; French ɛ̃ ʒeɪˈnü/.
Origin of ingénue
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Contemporary Examples of ingenues
And sure, actresses and ingenues were getting excited about it after the huge gains.When Celebrities Like Mila Kunis Talk Stocks, It’s Time to Get Out of the Market
March 15, 2013
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Word Origin for ingénue
1848, from French ingénue "artless girl, especially on the stage," fem. of ingénu "ingenuous, artless, simple" (13c.), from Latin ingenuus (see ingenuous). Italicized in English into 20c.