countryfied, fair, unrefined, truthful, transparent, unprejudiced, agrestic, unreserved, unstudied, immature, unworldly, awkward, impartial, hick, boorish, unbiased, provincial, guileless, gauche, bumpkinly, inexperienced, naif, rustic, rude, aboveboard, unproblematic, countrified
artless (part of speech: adjective)
ingenuous, broad, callow, artless, candid, overt, genuine, un-artificial, frank, honest, trusting, open, sincere, plain, unaffected, direct, undisguised, straightforward, undeceptive, unartful, outgoing, undeceiving, plain-spoken, undeceitful, downright, uncalculating, natural, blunt, unrestrained, unbeguiling
simple (part of speech: adjective)
innocent (part of speech: adjective)
- " A most excellent brother he had ever been to her; and since he had come into the Wyndham property, she could say that Poplar Lodge had been as much her home as his- a fact which proved there was nothing like the ties of blood, for Mr. Brand, she was very sorry to say, had not behaved at all delicately; and, satisfied with leaving her a few paltry hundreds a- year, had actually bequeathed to his daughter that delightful Holywell Lodge- a most exquisite place- to which he well knew that she had a particular fancy, not because it was beautiful- she was essentially a person of simple, unsophisticated tastes- but her heart was bound to Holywell. - "Daisy Burns (Volume 2)", Julia Kavanagh.
- I'd been thinking of you as a shy, unsophisticated young thing. - "The Blood Red Dawn", Charles Caldwell Dobie.
- So they sat down on a sofa, and Miss Alice told him in her own way that, to her amazement, that day Lord Wynderbroke had made something very like a confession of his passion, and an offer of his hand, which this unsophisticated young lady was on the point of repelling, when Lady May entered the room, accompanied by her friend, Lady Mary Maypol; and, of course, the interesting situation, for that time, dissolved. - "Checkmate", Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu.