unsophisticated


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As these unsophisticated young creatures were attended by no jealous duennas, their proceedings were altogether informal, and void of artificial restraint.
It would be something to be loved by such a girl, to excite the first ardours of her young unsophisticated mind
But, when Beatrice's face brightened again after the momentary shadow, she was transformed at once from the mysterious, questionable being whom he had watched with so much awe and horror; she was now the beautiful and unsophisticated girl whom he felt that his spirit knew with a certainty beyond all other knowledge.
I was cautious; not ignobly, I think, for I felt that her knowledge of life was so small that in her unsophisticated vision there would be no reason why--since I seemed to pity her-- I should not look after her.
Her unsophisticated open-air existence required no varnish of conventionality to make it palatable to him.
He was confiding, good-natured, unsophisticated, companionable; but he was not a man to set the river on fire.
There ain't a bob on the beach," said Grubb in an undertone, and the Desert Dervishes plied their bicycles with comic "business," that got a laugh from one very unsophisticated little boy.
He was not the unsophisticated savage that his apparel proclaimed him.
My cousins and friends lavish lovely things upon me, and you will open your unsophisticated eyes when I display my silks and laces, trinkets and French hats, not to mention billet deux, photographs, and other relics of a young belle's first season.
In that unsophisticated girl, my dear lady, you see one of the future Queens of Song.
young men were too juvenile for me, too unsophisticated.
exclaimed Mr Folair, 'what an unsophisticated shepherd you are, Johnson