ingenue in a sentence

use ingenue in a sentence


[noun] a naïve girl or young woman wit less experience in acting;

she was hired for the ingenue role and the first phase of her acting career was launched.

If you’re 42 and still think you’re an ingenue, then you’ve got a problem.

At at time she was about 20, a sweet ingenue who always sat in the corner the carriage.

McCormick, now 43, made an easy transition from teen star to TV-movie ingenue.

Executives agreed and introduced the ingenue to movie audiences the same way they had Judy Garland and Donna Reed.

When it comes to her career, she’s decided to stop playing the ingenue and ” do something… more interesting