- adj. Not jaded.
- un- + jaded (Wiktionary)
“I believe that I play the game well for I am still unjaded, which is unusual with so much over-feeding.”
“He had a meager salary, a roommate who he liked to order pizza with, and—worst of all—he glowed with the irritating exuberance of unjaded youth.”
“Its always hilarious, uncompromised and so unjaded that its shocking to think I was once like that.”
“It's classically elegant and graceful, the work of a man whose imagination is as fresh and unjaded as ever.”
“The grammar he had taken along he went through again and again until his unjaded brain had mastered it.”
“Despite being exposed to the rather adult situations, Williams remains refreshingly unjaded and identifies with her spirited character.”
“Laurie and Kelly were still young and unjaded enough to be impressed by these ostentatious displays of wealth.”
“I think our show this morning is more about that shot in the arm, and our show a couple of weeks ago was much more an unjaded look at what's happened here after Katrina," Lauer said.”
“Not having seen the Zeffirelli version, and thus being relatively unjaded, I enjoyed the new staging in its own right, as I think did most others at the outdoor broadcast.”
“Curious, eager and unjaded, they'll follow you deep into the jungles of story.”
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