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  • s  befitting a young child
    childlike charm
  • s  exhibiting childlike simplicity and credulity
    childlike trust

  • She seemed to be in a constant state of bliss, of childlike wonder.
  • For a moment, Tip stays where she is, her childlike hands clasped in front, bony elbows between her knees.
  • Even then, at age 39, he was a stern, solitary man with childlike eyes and a mystical longing for primitive things.

  • Larry Harmon in USA Today
    Bozo is a combination of the wonderful wisdom of the adult and the childlike ways in all of us,Harmon said.
  • Patrick Dempsey in International Herald Tribune
    You feel very naive and childlike in a lot of ways,said Dempsey, whose mother needed treatment for cancer several years ago. "You have to give over a lot of power to these people who may or may not understand what your needs are, or care,...
  • Jon Favreau in Kansas City Star
    He was experienced and helped guide me while never losing his childlike enthusiasm,Favreau said in a statement. "I knew that he was struggling, but I had no idea that he would be gone so soon. Hollywood has lost a shining star."

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