невинный; безвинный; чистый; наивный; простодушный; безвредный; невиновный; лишенный; незлокачественный [мед.]; доброкачественный [мед.]; безопасный;
невинный младенец; простак
- The cries of the innocent accuse us."
- And now he was lurching about his flat with innocent children asleep in their beds, and he had lied to Helga.
- "I'm innocent, believe me, Craig has fooled you but he can't fool me, he wanted it all, the property and land, the business and every penny of the money.
- That might be a necessary protection in order, e.g., to prevent a cheque obtained by fraud from getting into the hands of an innocent holder, who would be in better position than the original party to the fraud.
- But in 10 short years at the turn of the century all this changed and the "common, innocent, friendly" house fly was subjected to the most vicious of character assassinations.
- We visited the Workers' Scientific Institute, the Russian Geographic Society's headquarters and museum, and the St Innocent's monastery, just outside the town.
- MOTORISTS who are the innocent victims of accidents can now have more legal muscle to pursue uninsured losses with a low-cost legal fees scheme from DAS.
- But the RUC said last night: "The victim of this foul murder was an entirely innocent man who was on his way to work.
- You have taken away innocent men.
- He received this innocent information with a scowl.
- Is Roberto correct when he insists that he is innocent and she has lost her mind?
- In the old popular court, the suitors declared the law and gave judgement, or else passed judgement over to God by making one of the parties submit to an ordeal: to being thrown into a pool, for instance, or made to grasp a red-hot iron; if he sank, or was soon healed, he was innocent; otherwise, he was guilty.
- But in July, 1973, Harari led a group which accidentally killed an innocent Moroccan waiter in the Norwegian town of Lillehammer.