Thesaurus / inoffensive

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One may be inoffensive and even commendable after it, but one can scarcely pretend to be interesting.

The Tragic MuseHenry James

In captivity they are placid and inoffensive, docile and silent, and shortly after being taken may be suffered to go abroad.

Bertha Grant, a small and inoffensive junior, retired into the ring amid the applause of the audience, and the march continued.

She stopped making any very loud noise and let her crying subside into a subdued and inoffensive whimper.

The Search PartyG. A. Birmingham

From this plane of inoffensive obscurity Case had sprung in one night to fame and, almost, to fortune.

He is an inoffensive citizen, not a millionaire or man of influence.

It must therefore, have been the head of the mild and inoffensive little Carter that the beam had tapped.

The Point of ViewStanley Grauman Weinbaum

Then he took to scowling on inoffensive young men who fetched her wraps and lent her their binoculars.

SeptimusWilliam J. Locke

Those of the second class are inoffensive and very worthy, therefore, of being mentioned.

Honorable and inoffensive as the new ministers may be, they never appear in the Assembly without being hooted at in the tribunes.

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