The company is innocuously and indirectly but also somehow reasonably called Washington River Protection Solutions.
And, today, Crossroads GPS begins running an ad, innocuously entitled “Basketball,” in 10 swing states.
It could start as innocuously as a businessman planning a more effective advertising campaign.
There is no other occupation in which one may wander so innocuously.
Pistols might have been innocuously discharged for all that was known to the contrary.
Therefore I take it away as innocuously as possible, and touch his soft pompadour, in passing, with a reverent hand.
Where you find sin, go ahead and denounce it mercilessly; but do it crisply, cuttingly, not dully and innocuously.
At that advanced time of life, too, a few occasional irregularities in the field may be innocuously permitted.
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.