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innocuous
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The Da Vinci Code
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  • He had forgotten that the seemingly innocuous request of all European hotels to see a passport at check-in was more than a quaint formality—it was the law.
  • In fact, so strong was the Church’s fear of those who lived in the rural villes that the once innocuous word for "villager"—villain—came to mean a wicked soul.
  • Saunière’s invitation had contained an innocuous postscript expressing fascination with a robotic knight that Saunière was rumored to have built.

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  • She made some innocuous comments while being careful not to hurt anyone’s feelings.
  • Her comments were innocuous, but he quoted them out of context to make them appear sinister.

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