Innocent | Definition of Innocent by Oxford Dictionary on montecristichocolate.com also meaning of Innocent
Denied parole nine straight times, he insists he is innocent of the crime for which he was convicted. Koenig must know by now that second to knowing if Adnan is innocent , we want to know if she thinks Adnan is innocent. Random House is also covering the legal fees of an innocent man called Barry who was caught up in the storm. Now that the storm was over, it was a pure and innocent happiness to be with him. All these are natural expressions of innocent gaiety and youthful elasticity of spirits, whereof this world sees far too little. The thirteen-year-old brow is puckered with anguish, the child-face pale with dread, tear after tear falls from the innocent eyes. Her eyes sparkled, her cheeks glowed—she seemed the epitome of innocent , happy girlhood.
Oxford English and Spanish Dictionary, Thesaurus, and Spanish to English Translator
Entry 1 of 3 1 a : free from legal guilt or fault also : lawful a wholly innocent transaction b : free from guilt or sin especially through lack of knowledge of evil : blameless an innocent child c : harmless in effect or intention … searching for a hidden motive in even the most innocent conversation. Wrenn also : unaware … perfectly innocent of the confusion he had created … — B. Haydon 3 : lacking or deprived of something … her face innocent of cosmetics … — Marcia Davenport innocent.
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