Definition of guilelessness in English:



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  • ‘But in its charming guilelessness, its unabashed reverence for traditional country music and its sepia-tinged balladry, it is surely one of the best records of the year thus far.’
  • ‘Two anecdotes reflect the maestro's engaging guilelessness.’
  • ‘The sheer guilelessness of that is hard not to enjoy and excuse.’
  • ‘Even more admirable, though, are his modesty and guilelessness, so evident in this memoir of outstanding lucidity and charm.’
  • ‘This makes Desdemona seem insincere - a problem, given that her guilelessness is so pivotal.’