ingenue (AN-juh-noo) | noun
1. a naive girl or young woman
2. a specific stage role of a naive girl or young woman
Sentence: “Tina Fey wrote ‘Mean Girls,’ but she’s no Regina George. On the first day of rehearsals for her new Broadway musical, based on the 2004 hit comedy, she had a message for her cast of ingenues: Avoid the trappings of fame. That meant no diva-like behavior in real life.”
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