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Adjective
/ˈinəsənt/,
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Not guilty of a crime or offense,
  1. Not guilty of a crime or offense
    • - the arbitrary execution of an innocent man
    • - he was innocent of any fraud
  2. Without; lacking
    • - a street quite innocent of bookstores
  3. Without experience or knowledge of
    • - a man innocent of war's cruelties
  4. Not responsible for or directly involved in an event yet suffering its consequences
    • - an innocent bystander
  5. Free from moral wrong; not corrupted
    • - an innocent child
  6. Simple; naive
    • - she is a poor, innocent young creature
  7. Not intended to cause harm or offense; harmless
    • - an innocent mistake
Noun
  1. An innocent person, in particular

  2. A pure, guileless, or naive person
    • - she was an innocent compared with this man
  3. A person involved by chance in a situation, esp. a victim of crime or war
    • - they are prepared to kill or maim innocents in pursuit of a cause
  4. The young children killed by Herod after the birth of Jesus (Matt. 2:16)


  1. a person who lacks knowledge of evil
  2. free from evil or guilt; "an innocent child"; "the principle that one is innocent until proved guilty"
  3. lacking intent or capacity to injure; "an innocent prank"
  4. impeccant: free from sin
  5. 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"
  6. innocent(p): not knowledgeable about something specified; "American tourists wholly innocent of French"; "a person unacquainted with our customs"
  7. Innocent Vincent (born on 17 January 1945) popularly known as Innocent is a Malayalam film actor and producer. He was born in Irinjalakuda in Thrissur district of Kerala, India. He is one of the most successful and leading comedy actors of Malayalam cinema. ...
  8. "Innocent" was Alexander O'Neal's first ever R&B hit, reaching #11 in the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. It is featured in his self-titled first album along with the other R&B hits, "What's Missing" and "If You Were Here Tonight".
  9. Innocent is a 1999 French drama film directed and written by Costa Natsis.
  10. "Innocent" is a single by musician Mike Oldfield, released in 1989 (see 1989 in music). It is from the album Earth Moving. "Innocent" features vocals from Anita Hegerland.
  11. "Innocent" is a single that was released by Canadian alternative rock band Our Lady Peace in late summer of 2002 from their album Gravity. It was written by lead vocalist Raine Maida.
  12. "Innocent" is a single by British rock band Stereophonics which was released on 9th November 2009. It was the first single taken from their seventh studio album, Keep Calm and Carry On, which was released a week later, on 16th November 2009. ...
  13. The Innocent (L'innocente) was the last film made by Italian director Luchino Visconti. It was released in 1976. It is based on a Gabriele d'Annunzio's novel.
  14. The Innocent is a 1985 John Mackenzie film, starring Andrew Hawley, Liam Neeson and Miranda Richardson, and is set in the Yorkshire Dales just after World War I.
  15. The Innocent is a 1993 John Schlesinger film starring Anthony Hopkins, Isabella Rossellini, and Campbell Scott with Hart Bochner, James Grant and Jeremy Sinden. Written by Ian McEwan and based on his novel of the same name. ...
  16. The Innocent was the band Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails played with after leaving Option 30. He then moved on to the Exotic Birds before creating his own band, Nine Inch Nails. ...
  17. The Innocent is a 1990 novel by British writer Ian McEwan. The novel takes place in 1955-56 Berlin at the beginning of the Cold War and centres on the joint CIA/MI6 operation to build a tunnel from the American sector of Berlin into the Russian sector to tap the phone lines of the Soviet High ...
  18. The Innocent is a 1979 play by Tom McGrath. It was first performed beginning in May 1979 by the Royal Shakespeare Company at the Warehouse Theatre, directed by Howard Davies and starring Ian Charleson. The supporting cast included Ruby Wax, David Lyon, and Eve Pearce. ...
  19. Innocence is a term used to indicate a general lack of guilt, with respect to any kind of crime, sin, or wrongdoing. In a legal context, innocence refers to the lack of legal guilt of an individual, with respect to a crime.
  20. (Innocence (2004 film)) Innocence is a 2004 French film, based on the novella Mine-Haha, or On the Bodily Education of Young Girls by Frank Wedekind, and starring Academy Award winner Marion Cotillard. The film was written and directed by Lucile Hadzihalilovic. ...
  21. (Innocence (2005 film)) Innocence (เด็กโต๋, or Dek Toh), is a 2005 Thai independent documentary film directed by Areeya Chumsai and Nisa Kongsri about a boarding school for hill tribe children in Chiang Mai Province, Thailand.
  22. (Innocence (Avril Lavigne song)) The Best Damn Thing is the third studio album by Canadian pop singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne, released on April 13, 2007. According to the IFPI, The Best Damn Thing was the fourth top-selling album worldwide and Sony BMG's top-selling album of 2007. ...
  23. (Innocence (band)) Innocence was a British R&B band fronted by Gee Morris, that achieved some success in the UK in the early 90's.
  24. Those who are innocent; young children; Free from guilt, sin, or immorality; Bearing no legal responsibility for a wrongful act; Naive; artless; Harmless in intent; Having no knowledge (of something); Lacking (something)
  25. (innocence) Absence of responsibility for a crime; Lack of understanding about sensitive subjects such as sexuality and crime; Lack of ability or intention to harm or damage