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Inoffensive; unprovocative; not exceptional.
From Latin innocuus in- not in–1 nocuus harmful (from nocēre to harm nek-1 in Indo-European roots)
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Latin innocuus (“harmless”).
They were innocuous pieces of code.
The conversation was innocuous and she wasn't identified by name.
Why did I react the way I did to a relatively innocuous creature?
I disagree with Nick here, the 1st foul looked innocuous, the second barely worth a booking.
In medicine it is employed as an aperient, and is one of the safest and most innocuous known.
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