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able to be lawfully eaten, blank, cleanly, cleanly; completely, empty, entirely, eradicate unwanted dirt, free from dirt; permissible, legal; smooth; simple; innocent, free of disease or infection, free of problems, free of weeds, get free of dirt, hon...clean
absence of guilt, blue-eyed Mary, chastity, freedom from sin, harmlessness, ignorance, lack of worldly experience, lawfulness, quality of being innocent; freedom from sin or wrongdoing, purity; guiltlessness; naivete, simplicity, lack of sophisticationinnocence
absolved, cleared of blame, declared innocentacquitted
acquit, absolve, clear of blame, declare innocent; relieve of an obligation, free from a duty, free somebody from an obligation, free somebody from blame or guiltexonerate
act of committing violent and aggressive crimes against innocent bystanders (such as rape, physical assault, etc.), fruit, uncultivated, wild animal, wild apple tree; wild apple; wild plant; wild animal, wild plant or tree, growing wild, wildlingwilding
act of declaring innocent; act of freeing from a debt or duty, not-guilty verdictacquittal
act of freeing from blame, act of declaring innocentexculpation
angel of second order, angel; beautiful and innocent child, depiction of angelcherub
angelic, angelic; beautiful; innocentcherubic
baby lamb, newborn lamb; innocent person; small childlambkin
behave, declare innocent, declare innocent; pay a debt; set free, release (from a debt or duty), free from obligation, repayacquit
blameless person, harmless in intention, ignorant of something, lacking in something, naive, naive person, not guilty, not guilty (Law); free from sin or wrongdoing, pure; simple, unsophisticated; harmless, one who is innocent; one who is free from sin...innocent
character of an innocent girl (in a play); actress that plays the part of an innocent girlingenue
charming, handsome, pleasing, charming (especially because of an innocent, pure quality)winsome
chasing of animals from their hiding places in order to hunt them; slaughter of the helpless and innocent, driving of game in hunt, hunt using battuebattue
chaste, living chastely, not having had sexual intercourse; innocent, pure, chaste; unsullied, untouched; new, old keyboard instrumentvirginal
corrupt, make somebody more cultured or worldly, make something more complex, render worldly, make less innocent and naive; alter, pervert; make more complex, somebody cultured or worldly, sophisticated, worldly-wise, experienced, use sophistry, worldl...sophisticate
crude, not sophisticated; innocent, unworldly; unrefined, unpolished, not worldly or sophisticatedunsophisticated
dishonest prearranging of contest result, plot making somebody innocent appear guiltyframe-up
female animal, female insect, first, from first pressing, never having collided, not having had sexual intercourse; innocent, pure, chaste; unsullied, untouched; new, not touched by humans, of a virgin, one who has not had sexual intercourse; woman
free from blame, declare innocent, prove somebody innocentexculpate
free of mistakes, not corrupt, morally pure, honest; impossible to corrupt; perfect; pure, innocent, not decomposed, unsulliedincorrupt
having the good qualities of a child, like a child; innocent; naivechildlike
impossible to pervert; unsusceptible to decay; blameless, innocent, pure, incapable of being corrupted, not subject to decompositionincorruptible
in an innocent manner; guiltlessly; harmlessly; naively, simply, without sophisticationinnocently
incompetent, lacking the key to solving a problem, without a hint; being totally unaware, being naive, being innocent and unsuspectingclueless
innocent and unworldly, naive, artless; honest, open, straight-forward, frank, seeming honestingenuous
innocent, free from guilt, blameless, not to blameguiltless
innocent, naive; novice, beginnerwet behind the ears
innocent, not guilty, not responsibleblameless
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