artlessness, innocence, ingenuousness, naturalness(noun)
the quality of innocent naivete
purity, pureness, sinlessness, innocence, whiteness(noun)
the state of being unsullied by sin or moral wrong; lacking a knowledge of evil
a state or condition of being innocent of a specific crime or offense
"the trial established his innocence"
Absence of responsibility for a crime.
Her attorney managed to convince the jury of her innocence.
Lack of understanding about sensitive subjects such as sexuality and crime.
In his innocence, he offered the stranger to bring the package to Paris, never suspecting it contained drugs.
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For the avoidance of doubt and because of the interest, I might indicate that Cardinal Pell pleads not guilty to all charges and will maintain the presumed innocence that he has.
The officer will have his day in court, and I have faith that the judicial system will properly determine guilt or innocence.
( H) e has had the most precious years of Chester Hollman III life stolen from Chester Hollman III by an indifferent system that too often refuses to re-examine doubtful cases or credit evidence of obvious innocence, we are only sorry that Chester Hollman III mother did not live to see Chester Hollman III declared an innocent man.
Notwithstanding that Rick Gates pled guilty today, I continue to maintain my innocence, i had hoped and expected my business colleague would have had the strength to continue the battle to prove our innocence. For reasons yet to surface he chose to do otherwise.
... the Serious Fraud Office has tried to take everything from me - from my liberty to my wedding ring, i vehemently maintain my innocence.
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- innocènciaCatalan, Valencian
- vaarattomuus, syyttömyys, viattomuusFinnish
- ártatlanság, ártalmatlanság, naivságHungarian
- sakleysi, grandaleysi, saklaus, meinlaus, saklaust, skaðlaus, skaðlaust, barnaskapur, meinlaustIcelandic
- 無罪, 無邪気, 潔白, 無害Japanese
- nevainība, nevainīgumsLatvian
- невинность, невиновностьRussian
- nȅvīnōst, nȅdūžnōstSerbo-Croatian
- oskuld, harmlöshet, oskyldighetSwedish
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