so naiveMy mum is so naive
naive enoughThe terms were staggering to anyone naive enough to think football was only a game.
very naive‘Basically, I was very naive.
naive to thinkBut he warned: ‘It would be naive to think the Provisional IRA are not planning a major attack on the British mainland.’
naive inductivist accountThe naive inductivist account of science does have some apparent merits.
too naiveIt's almost too naive to ask!
naive beliefAny alternative view, it seemed, would imply a fatal lapse into Whiggism and a naive belief in progress.
naive youngHis voice suddenly stern, Tim goes on: ‘They weren't two naive young women joy-riding round the world.
little naiveWe were a little naive at times.’
politically naiveHe was politically naive too.
equally naiveJohnstone's naively gifted style was in many respects complemented by an equally naive honesty with the press and public.