innocent

[ in-uh-suhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF innocent

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INNOCENT

Emilia looked as innocent as when Hope had tended her in the cradle.

How will every look, every action, even the most innocent, be liable to misconstruction!

See what grave reflections an innocent subject will produce!

But she is young and innocent, and her heart is her own yet.

It don't do 'em any good, but just the same they all swear they're innocent.

She says they're vulgar for an innocent country girl like her cousin, Agnes Lynch.

There was a girl who swore she was innocent—yes, she swore that she was innocent.

But one of them, the distraction of seeing the world, is innocent and beneficial.

"My friend is from New York," answered the innocent professor.

If Stoliker felt like an innocent child, he did not look it.

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