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Use "naïfs" in a sentence
"Swaggert, et al. "Pastor Ted" recalls naifs like Tammy Faye Baker who get off more on the emotional adulation and gushing acceptance of their followers than on accumulating wealth and spewing hate."
"You paint us as oversensitive naifs whose ire is disproportionate (a product of cosseting by society,) whose sexual orientation is entirely deserving of your judgement, and who essentially call "any hurt" down upon ourselves."
"The fact that he apparently is so trying to rely on said excuse forces me to conclude that the strain of having to interact with the national security naifs in the Democratic party establishment over the last two decades has caused Rep. Skelton to suffer a permanent degradation to his cognitive functions."