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Tuesday word: Guileless

Tuesday, Sep. 28, 2021

Guileless (adjective)
guileless [ gahyl-lis ]


adjective
1. free from guile; sincere; honest; straightforward; frank.

OTHER WORDS FROM GUILELESS
guile·less·ly, adverb
guile·less·ness, noun

WORDS RELATED TO GUILELESS
unsophisticated, aboveboard, artless, candid, frank, genuine, ingenuous, innocent, naive, natural, open, simple, sincere, straightforward, truthful, unaffected, unstudied, simple-minded, undesigning

OTHER WORDS FOR GUILELESS
See synonyms for: guileless / guilelessly / guilelessness on Thesaurus.com
artless, ingenuous, naive, unsophisticated.

Origin: 1720–30; guile + -les

HOW TO USE GUILELESS IN A SENTENCE
Casting the bubbly, adorable Feldstein opposite the prosthetically monstrosified Paulson and Owen is like casting a guileless little bunny as the final girl in a creature feature.
IMPEACHMENT: AMERICAN CRIME STORY FRAMES THE CLINTON SCANDAL AS A CASE OF WOMEN SABOTAGING WOMEN. IS THAT REALLY SO REVOLUTIONARY?|JUDY BERMAN|AUGUST 31, 2021|TIME

A professional writer’s prose is never guileless or innocent.
THE GREATEST PRISON ESCAPE EVER? ‘THE CONFIDENCE MEN’ TELLS A SENSATIONAL TRUE STORY.|MICHAEL DIRDA|JUNE 16, 2021|WASHINGTON POST

I was guileless, eager to take risks, a catamaran racing breakneck through every channel I encountered.
LUCINDA FRANKS, PULITZER-WINNING JOURNALIST AND AUTHOR, DIES AT 74|HARRISON SMITH|MAY 6, 2021|WASHINGTON POST

In a town populated by guileless, soft-hearted idealists, Terry is refreshingly complex—ruthless in advancing his own material interests but also sincerely committed to righting the historical wrongs perpetrated against his people.
CAN THE AMBITIOUS, UNEVEN RUTHERFORD FALLS DO FOR AMERICAN HISTORY WHAT THE GOOD PLACE DID FOR PHILOSOPHY?|JUDY BERMAN|APRIL 22, 2021|TIME
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