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Use "naïveté" in a sentence
"The no-driving thing, for one, and the fact that he "got the Internet" only two years ago, and he phrases it that way, too -- "Got the Internet," the way parents "use the Google" -- though at times one wonders how much the naivete is shtick."
"Clunky naivete is the hallmark of generic science fiction such as Laurence Gonzalez's novel "Lucy.""
"When Jenn made her post, replete in naivete and bluster, I understood where she was coming from."