inoffensive

[ in-uh-fen-siv ]SEE DEFINITION OF inoffensive

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INOFFENSIVE

Adjoining the latter was a colony of quiet and inoffensive Beavers.

There was a Mr. Worth Buckley trotting in her wake, but he was mild and inoffensive.

He appeared a pleasing, inoffensive, well-bred young fellow.

They had not found me so meek and inoffensive as they might have thought!

Mr. Chase was an inoffensive man, but Mrs. Chase had a violent temper.

Now, across the court, in the kitchen opposite, were two inoffensive beings.

It was dreadful to think that he might have badly wounded an inoffensive man.

Toddleworth was as inoffensive a creature as you'd meet in a day.

This feeling he fostered, by a tender, dejected, and inoffensive manner.

Her insolence is the inoffensive insolence only possible to the well-bred.

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