Associations to the word «Innocent»
INNOCENT, adjective. Free from guilt, sin, or immorality.
INNOCENT, adjective. Bearing no legal responsibility for a wrongful act.
INNOCENT, adjective. Naive; artless.
INNOCENT, adjective. (obsolete) Not harmful; innocuous; harmless.
INNOCENT, adjective. (with of) Having no knowledge (of something).
INNOCENT, adjective. (with of) Lacking (something).
INNOCENT, adjective. Lawful; permitted.
INNOCENT, adjective. Not contraband; not subject to forfeiture.
INNOCENT, noun. Those who are innocent; young children.
INNOCENT AGENT, noun. (legal) A person who unknowingly, unintentionally, or under force or coercion commits a criminal act on behalf of another.
INNOCENT AS THE BABE UNBORN, adjective. (simile) Entirely innocent.
INNOCENT BYSTANDER, noun. A person who, although present at some event without taking part in it, is affected by it deleteriously
INNOCENT, noun. A person who lacks knowledge of evil.
INNOCENT, adjective. Free from evil or guilt; "an innocent child"; "the principle that one is innocent until proved guilty".
INNOCENT, adjective. Lacking intent or capacity to injure; "an innocent prank".
INNOCENT, adjective. Free from sin.
INNOCENT, adjective. Lacking in sophistication or worldliness; "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".
INNOCENT, adjective. Not knowledgeable about something specified; "American tourists wholly innocent of French"; "a person unacquainted with our customs".
INNOCENT, adjective. Completely wanting or lacking; "writing barren of insight"; "young recruits destitute of experience"; "innocent of literary merit"; "the sentence was devoid of meaning".
INNOCENT, adjective. (used of things) lacking sense or awareness; "fine innocent weather".
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