unsophisticated

Part of speech: adjective

Genuine; pure.

Part of speech: adjective

Artless; simple; inexperienced.

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Usage examples "unsophisticated":

  1. Was she not herself of a childlike nature, so sweet and tender, unsophisticated and generous. - "Anarchism and Other Essays", Emma Goldman.
  2. The unsophisticated Indian maiden went her way, thrilling with the thought that her heart is in his bosom, and his in hers, useless one without the other. - "The Gentleman from Everywhere", James Henry Foss.
  3. His attention was keen for the next picture, a Western drama, entitled " The Battle of the Border," which ran swiftly to lurid climax after climax, until even Pete's unsophisticated mind doubted that any hero could have the astounding ability to get out of tight places as did the cowboy hero of this picture. - "The Ridin' Kid from Powder River", Henry Herbert Knibbs.