childlike in Grieks
"Agreed," Omega nodded, hiding his amusement at the preteen's childlike awe.
But now, all that childlike innocence was dead, God visited him in the morning, and forthwith tried him.
Gaelen gazed down at his square, honest face. He looked so much younger asleep, his mouth half-open and childlike.
Hadji Murad gave him smile for smile, and that smile struck Poltoratsky by its childlike kindliness.
He seemed to have forgotten everything, and was looking round at everyone with a childlike smile of delight.
He looked away, moved his lips and smiled with childlike helplessness.
He stands taking deep breaths of dust and bleach and the comforting, somehow childlike perfume of fabric softener.
I felt a spasm of panic as I stared at her wide, childlike eyes.
I roughly seized her hand, and red spots (tomorrow they'll be blue) appeared on her wrist, by the plump childlike fold.
The Portuguese king was a pathetic, childlike individual, unable to govern; his regent was a coward, unfit to govern.