Ingenuous definition, free from reserve, restraint, or dissimulation; candid; sincere
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1 obsolete : noble, honorable. 2 a : showing innocent or childlike simplicity and
candidness <her ingenuous thirst for experience — Christopher Rawson> b ...
Someone who is ingenuous shows a childlike innocence, trust, and openness.
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Be careful with ingenious and ingenuous. Sometimes a single letter can make a
great deal of difference to the meaning of a word. Take, for example, the two ...
If you picked the second one, give yourself a gold star. Ingenuous means
innocent, artless, simple. It could be a compliment or an insult, but it does not
Lacking in cunning, guile, or worldliness; innocent or naive: I'm not so ingenuous
as to believe everything he says. See Synonyms at naive. 2. Straightforward or ...
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(Of a person or action) innocent and unsuspecting: he eyed her with wide,
ingenuous eyes she's staggeringly ingenuous, or possibly very cunning indeed.
Ingenuous | naive, artless, or innocent | Definition, pronunciation, examples &
Jul 30, 2012 ... In yesterday's post, I wrote about ingenious vs. ingenuous and mentioned that a
lot of people don't seem to realize there are two different words ...