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- noun obsolete A
naevus; a pigmented spot.
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Has it occurred to these pundits that Obama has already whiffed on two easy layups: first, he actually believed it would be possible to withdrawer from Iraq in 16 months -- which is jawdroppingly naeve (or if he didn't believe it he scammed voters with the promise) -- then he even more incomprehensibly contacted the Pakistani president after being elected but blew off the India president.
That was hardly her greatest skill, not very strong at all, though it seemed to have returned to her fully when Ny-naeve Healed her, yet she doubted there was another sister anywhere in the camp.
“He was a tall, handsome, bold man; but his naeve was that he was damnably proud.
"He was a tall, handsome, bold man; but his naeve was that he was damnably proud.