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innocuous

 [ĭ-nok´u-us]
harmless.
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in·noc·u·ous

(i-nok'yū-ŭs),
Harmless.
Synonym(s): innoxious
[L. innocuus]
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in·noc·u·ous

(i-nok'yū-ŭs)
Harmless.
[L. innocuus]
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innocuous

Having no ill effect, harmless.
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His cheeks had the glow of health, his eyes, the finest in the world, the brilliancy of genius as soft and tender as an affectionate heart could render them, the same playful fancy, the same innoxious wit that was shown afterwards in his writings, cheered and delighted the family circle.
Born to no Pride, inheriting no Strife, Nor marrying Discord in a Noble Wife, Stranger to Civil and Religious Rage, The good Man walk'd innoxious thro' his Age.
They are too stupid, and she is glad to be rid of the obligation to attend to them ("they would soon be innoxious cousins to her" [246]).