innocuous[ ih-nok-yoo-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF innocuous
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INNOCUOUS
Has the art censor decided that the photographs are innocuous, or that they are art?
To conclude our voyage, we have six or seven days of "innocuous desuetude."
When on the march, the army ants are as innocuous at two inches as at two miles.
Tomfoolery, nonsense; trashy, mild, and innocuous literature.
That is as innocuous a statement as ever was penned of the objects of any organization.
But she is believed to take up a position of innocuous desuetude, so to speak.
Emancipation, if it has not changed its character, has rendered it innocuous.
Some of these sharks are small, blunt-toothed, and innocuous.
The excess is innocuous, owing to the limited solubility of lime.
Where once stood the mortuary is now the innocuous Censor's office.