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innocuous
used in Unbroken by Hillenbrand

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Definition
unlikely to harm or disturb
  • Ogawa had always been an innocuous man, one of the few Japanese whom Louie had never had reason to fear.
    p. 303.5
innocuous = unlikely to harm or disturb
  • The letter said that a credible informant had warned military officials that a California man, believed to be working for an innocuous local Japanese organization, had in fact been an employee of the Japanese navy, on assignment to raise money for Japan's war effort.
    p. 46.1
  • On the book's central pages, in bold print, he wrote hometown contact information for other captives, making it seem to be an innocuous address book.
    p. 204.7

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