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    1. She sighed as she realized that the guileless young girl in

    2. behind those guileless eyes – if guilty she was?

    3. Parker saw the Wolf's face was as guileless as that of an altar boy serving his first Mass

    4. He said to me "Be simple and guileless and you will be as the children who know not the wickedness that ruins the life of men

    5. When therefore they who believed from the white mountain were all found guileless the Lord of the tower commanded those from the roots of this mountain to be cast into the building of the tower; for he knew that if these stones were to go to the building of the tower they would remain bright and not one of them become black

    6. guileless personality that intrigued him and fired his loins with

    7. an innocent, guileless ministering to his needs

    8. vice and guileless curiosity

    9. over with reverence, humble inquiry, and guileless solicitation

    10. Before the accident, she had been guileless and while she had kept a lot of her pain to herself, Nicole had never displayed this level of corrupt manipulation

    11. These leprechaun lunatics of guileless fortune have the audacious illogic to proclaim that they create their own luck

    12. ” Again The Voice was guileless and not seeking to be inscrutable

    13. Here was a son who was so innocent and guileless and who seemed so easy to take care of

    14. I gave her as guileless a look as possible

    15. She had had the complete, guileless trust in him of a child for a tender and sympathetic friend,--a friend, not a father, though he was old enough to be her father, because in a father, however much hidden by sweet comradeship as it had been in hers, there always at the back of everything was, after all, authority

    16. An impressive negotiator because she understood the unscrupulousness of the bureaucrats, which gave them a terrific advantage over the guileless Americans

    17. They were all intently watching him making no effort to conceal the fact of their guileless curiosity, as to what was going on

    18. Wherefore—as newborn babes (ajrtige>nnhta) desire the guileless milk of the word that you may grow thereby’ (1 Peter i

    19. "For such a high priest became us, holy, guileless, undefiled, separated from sinners, and made higher than the heavens; who needs not daily like those high priests, to offer up sacrifices, first for his own sins, and then for the sins of the people: for this he did once for all, when he offered up himself" [Hebrews 7:27]

    20. He was a large, strong man with a guileless countenance, not very communicative with his shipmates, but when drawn into any sort of conversation displaying a very painstaking earnestness

    21. All that a guileless or guileful seaman knows of it is its hostility, its exaction of toil as endless as its ever-renewed horizons

    22. They may be of the stature of demi-gods for all I know, but at that great distance from the shores of effete Europe and in the presence of so many guileless dead, their size seems diminished from this side

    23. This guileless confectioner was not by any means sober, and had a black eye in the green stage of recovery, which was painted over

    24. Leopold Bloom (for it is he) stands silent, with bowed head before those young guileless eyes

    25. It was only ten days ago that he had learned the price of being guileless

    26. She could see that he was offended by her tone, and had half a mind to refuse her, but he wanted to appear open and guileless, so he conceded

    27. He was about forty, tall and well built, not fat but certainly fleshed out, with a full head of hair, and a guileless face

    28. The youthful-looking cleric in the green cassock badged with Pasquale’s caduceus in the brown of an under-priest looked back across the table at him with guileless gray-green eyes

    29. The infatuated but guileless Ramirez was the object of his profound aversion, as resuming the sins of the country whose people were blind, vile esclavos

    30. There were set With old ladies you were sweet and guileless and appeared as simple minded as possible, for old ladies were sharp and they watched girls as jealously as cats, ready to pounce on any indiscretion of tongue or eye

    31. A glance at Aunt Pitty’s plump guileless face, screwed up in a Something was wrong and Scarlett wondered what it was

    32. I looked up at him, studying his guileless face and the innocent blue eyes behind the scholarly glasses, trying to read what he might really be saying

    33. And if he knew, then what would I see if I did look in his eyes? Blame? Indignation? Or, God forbid, what I feared most: guileless devotion? That, most of all, I couldn't bear to see

    34. It was an old trick even then, but this time it was guileless, because she was the one who had talked about her albums as they walked from the National Theater

    35. A big hand took his elbow, a hand gloved in callouses; and Henry looked down into the broad, guileless face of an Irish seaman

    36. " If he isn't laughing at me he certainly must be very guileless, but if he has been laughing at me then

    37. It was plain to ear and eye that the witness was guileless and impartial

    38. He had for years despised Shatov for his "whining idiocy," as he had expressed it in former days abroad, and he was absolutely confident that he could deal with such a guileless creature, that is, keep an eye on him all that day, and put a check on him at the first sign of danger

    39. Cain overpowered Abel, the cunning Jacob oppressed the guileless Esau and was in his turn deceived by Laban, Caiaphas and Pilate oppressed Christ, the Roman emperors oppressed Seneca, Epictetus, and the good Romans who lived in their times

    40. “What’s wrong with Almington?” asked Felicia, still in her most guileless manner, which I have learned to know is the most finished form of impertinence

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    Synonyms for "guileless"

    guileless transparent simple artless unsophisticated simple-minded ingenuous open sincere truthful candid frank

    "guileless" definitions

    free of deceit