from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The state or quality of being innoxious; harmlessness.


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  • Indiana; and for the last day or two, her regret at his fate had strengthened itself into an averseness of his supposed destination, that made the idea of it painful, and the subject repugnant to her; but she had never, till this very morning, distrusted the innoxiousness either of her pity or her regard; and, startled at the first surmise of danger, she had wished to fly even from herself, rather than venture to investigate feelings so unwelcome; yet still and invariably, she had concluded Edgar the future husband of Indiana.



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  • Uh . . . good luck with that test.

    March 19, 2009

  • antonyms: pure, innocent

    August 13, 2007