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Naive vs. Uninitiate

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Naiveadjective

Lacking worldly experience, wisdom, or judgement; unsophisticated.

Uninitiatenoun

One who has not been initiated; an outsider.

‘They would not speak of the secrets in the presence of the uninitiate.’;

Naiveadjective

Not having been exposed to something.

Uninitiatenoun

One who is not experienced.

Naiveadjective

(of art) Produced in a simple, childlike style, deliberately rejecting sophisticated techniques.

Uninitiatenoun

people who have not been introduced to the mysteries of some field or activity;

‘it diverts the attention of the uninitiate’;

Naiveadjective

Intuitive; designed to follow the way ordinary people approach a problem.

Uninitiateadjective

not initiated; deficient in relevant experience;

‘it seemed a bizarre ceremony to uninitiated western eyes’;

Naivenoun

A naive person; a greenhorn.

Naiveadjective

Having native or unaffected simplicity; ingenuous; artless; frank; as, naïve manners; a naïve person; naïve and unsophisticated remarks.

Naiveadjective

Having a lack of knowledge, judgment, or experience; especially, lacking sophistication in judging the motives of others; credulous; as, a naive belief in the honesty of politicians.

Naiveadjective

marked by or showing unaffected simplicity and lack of guile or worldly experience;

‘a teenager's naive ignorance of life’; ‘the naive assumption that things can only get better’; ‘this naive simple creature with wide friendly eyes so eager to believe appearances’;

Naiveadjective

lacking experience of life;

‘a callow youth of seventeen’;

Naiveadjective

lacking sophistication

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