innoxious[ ih-nok-shuh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF innoxious
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INNOXIOUS
Lady Dalrymple and Miss Carteret--they would soon be innoxious cousins to her.
They were the sacred transports of dear, domestic kindred, where all was pure, and full of innoxious pleasure.
One independent state is declared incompetent to prescribe to another, so long as that state is innoxious to its neighbours.
When the mushroom is gathered fresh and quickly dried it is then also innoxious.
That is the old-fashioned method of sorcery; my Apollo, in his hallowed lines, is pointing out an innoxious art.
Vanity, I believe, my dear brother, is not so innoxious a quality as we are desirous of supposing.
All things in this his fulminating bull are not of so innoxious a tendency.