Noun(1) a person who lacks knowledge of evil
Adjective(1) free from evil or guilt(2) lacking intent or capacity to injure(3) free from sin(4) lacking in sophistication or worldliness(5) not knowledgeable about something specified(6) completely wanting or lacking(7) (used of things
(1) Little did I know that it would corrupt my innocent little mind.(2) They had to decide - on the basis of the legal arguments put forward - whether the defendant was guilty or innocent .(3) As far as I'm concerned, this sounds like an innocent mistake.(4) Ill-timed injury was partly to blame, but so was an innocent jest that went wrong.(5) That seemingly innocent change has dramatic consequences for phenomenology.(6) it's an innocent pleasure(7) Thirty-two years ago since I was called to the Bar and in 32 years I have never known anybody who pleaded guilty when they were innocent .(8) She was far from a naive young innocent ; she knew exactly what was happening, what had been happening since last night.(9) It is worth embarrassing the accuser, to avoid the risk of a wrongful conviction and possibly spare an innocent defendant years in prison.(10) And for that world, it is now imperative that no further suffering is inflicted on innocent people.(11) The Republicans are acting like it was all an innocent mistake.(12) Let the people, and the world, judge who is right and who is wrong, who is guilty and who innocent .(13) It allows us to revisit a time in our past when life was simpler and more innocent .(14) As a rule such conflicts take the form of ├ö├ç├┐contract killings├ö├ç├û of certain businessmen not involving the murder of innocent bystanders.(15) This campaign helps make a difference to ease the suffering of so many innocent people languishing in prison.(16) We may have lost this round, but we will continue to fight until an innocent girl is set free to live and enjoy her life.
(1) innocent of clothes :: diniwed o ddillad
1. guiltless ::
2. harmless ::
3. virtuous ::
4. free from ::
yn rhydd o
5. naive ::
6. unacquainted ::
7. innocuous ::
8. ingenuous ::
unplyg yr ydoedd
9. clean-handed ::
10. devoid ::
11. impeccant ::
13. inexperienced person ::
1. impure ::
2. peccant ::
Different Formsinnocent, innocently, innocents
Word Example from TV Shows
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The girl is INNOCENT, Your Grace.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 8
the weak, the INNOCENT.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 8
So a Jesus Christ mask
would frighten more, he’s more INNOCENT.
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 1
I'd condemned this poor,
INNOCENT child to a horrible death
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 2
Fine, wow. Gosh, and you look so INNOCENT.
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 10
English to Welsh Dictionary: innocent
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