unsuspiciousness

See: credulity
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The evil lies yet deeper: in her total ignorance, unsuspiciousness of there being such feelings; in a perversion of mind which made it natural to her to treat the subject as she did.
This vacuum-like unsuspiciousness is underscored when Quimby/Sothern, on the verge of stabbing Deager in the neck, discovers that he cannot go through with the murder.