Definition of Innocent in English :
Define Innocent in English
Innocent meaning in English
Meaning of Innocent in English
Pronunciation of Innocent in English
Innocent pronunciation in English
Pronounce Innocent in Englishsee synonyms of innocent
free from evil or guilt
Example Sentences:'an innocent child''the principle that one is innocent until proved guilty'
3. innocent, innocuous
lacking intent or capacity to injure
Example Sentences:'an innocent prank'
5. ingenuous, innocent
lacking in sophistication or worldliness
Example Sentences:'a child's innocent stare''his ingenuous explanation that he would not have burned the church if he had not thought the bishop was in it'
6. innocent, unacquainted
not knowledgeable about something specified
Example Sentences:'American tourists wholly innocent of French''a person unacquainted with our customs'
completely wanting or lacking
Example Sentences:'writing barren of insight''young recruits destitute of experience''innocent of literary merit''the sentence was devoid of meaning'
(used of things) lacking sense or awareness
Example Sentences:'fine innocent weather'
WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.
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