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innocuous
used in Catch-22

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unlikely to harm or disturb
  • He had lived innocuously for a little while and then had gone down in flame over Ferrara on the seventh day, while God was resting, when McWatt turned and Yossarian guided him in over the target on a second bomb run because Aarfy was confused and Yossarian had been unable to drop his bombs the first time.
    Chapter 6 — Hungry Joe (50% in)

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