1. the quality of innocent naivete
2. the state of being free from sin or moral wrong; lacking a knowledge of evil
3. a state or condition of being innocent of a specific crime or offense;
She has the innocence of a child.
His innocence was proved at last.
All those facts verified his innocence.
He keeps reiterating his innocence.
In his innocence he had allowed the salesman in to discuss vacuum cleaners.
He wears an air of innocence.
He was convinced of her innocence.
He assumed a look of innocence.
This letter made me certain of his innocence.
The poet eloquently expresses the sense of lost innocence.
The accused man protested his innocence.
There was a touching air of innocence about the boy.
She assumed a look of innocence.
She has proved her innocence to us.
She still professes her innocence.
They hope this new evidence will prove her innocence.
He has always protested his innocence.
Although I soon convinced him of my innocence, I think he still has serious doubts about my sanity.
His most enduring quality is his childlike innocence.
"I don't know," Pollard replied, professing innocence.
She could have established her own innocence and virtue easily enough.
Crippen insisted on his innocence.
We shall fight to establish our innocence.
Nowadays that sort of innocence is in short supply.
The governor has declared his innocence and says he plans to serve out his term.
He claims he has evidence which could prove his innocence.
Innocence and decent living are no protection from the evil elements within our society.
I liked children, loved their innocence and their inquisitiveness.
The defendants, who continue to assert their innocence, are expected to appeal.
in all innocence
without knowledge of something's significance or possible consequences
she knew the gift had been chosen in all innocence.
unworldliness unaffectedness simplicity guilelessness greenness ingenuousness trustfulness honesty unsophistication frankness gullibility unfamiliarity artlessness naivete naturalness openness inexperience sincerity unsuspiciousness candour
immaculacy virtuousness inculpability spotlessness decency incorruption sinlessness uprightness modesty virginity flawlessness impeccability incorruptibility virtue righteousness chastity faultlessness purity
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