This innocuous seeming statement masks a colossal misunderstanding of Chandler and Marlowe, neither of whom had “a good friend.”
I was relieved when Michelle Obama made an innocuous decision to simply evolve her hairstyle!
To Mitt Romney, it was an innocuous statement about economic success that was meant to boost the egos of several wealthy donors.
On May 24, 2012, Senator Jon Kyl, an Arizona Republican, gave an innocuous interview to a visiting journalist from Turkey.
A couple of innocuous paragraphs are all that appeared in the privately printed book, The Fruitful Bough.
Dr. Davy found it extremely acrid, but innocuous when introduced into the circulation.
Has the art censor decided that the photographs are innocuous, or that they are art?
The coat as an article of dress had fallen into "innocuous desuetude."
Tomfoolery, nonsense; trashy, mild, and innocuous literature.
The women get up in the morning, spend the forenoon fixing themselves up to take in some innocuous gabblefest after luncheon.
unlikely to arouse strong feeling; insipid
Latin in- + nocere 'to injure'
innocuous in·noc·u·ous (ĭ-nŏk'yōō-əs)
Having no adverse effect; harmless.