inoffensive


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Synonyms for inoffensive

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devoid of hurtful qualities

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not causing anger or annoyance

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giving no offense

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substituting a mild term for a harsher or distasteful one

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I guess it's OK for us to be horrified about such behaviour when it's thousands of miles away and it has no capacity to touch our lives, but we don't want to give them refuge here in our country and we don't want their reality to confront us on Sunday evening when we should be relaxing, listening to inoffensive hymns about that same love and compassion.
Mr Dooley was described as a quiet inoffensive individual by locals yesterday.
One seemingly inoffensive remark sparked a row which ended with two of the brothers almost fighting over something which happened many years ago.
Instead their quarry is our iconic and inoffensive brown hare, drastically declined in numbers by over 80% since 1880 and listed in 2011 in a report for Eden TV natural history channel to be at risk of extinction by 2050.
Some are better than others but many share the same characteristics of being easy-drinking and, above all, inoffensive.
Perhaps she should've gone for beige: inoffensive, sweet, but mind-numbingly boring.
He proves that in this inoffensive comedy in which he is an ice hockey player nicknamedthe Tooth Fairy.
Maybe I've got this wrong, but to me Dad's Army was just about the most inoffensive, gentle, mild TV show ever written.
Fun-loving singing rodents are back for another dose of good-natured family entertainment that is gloriously inoffensive and worryingly engaging.
Most cyclists are inoffensive and considerate - they have to be: a bike is no match for a car or lorry.
inoffensive and executed at a high level of quality.
I do not look upon them to be a warlike people, on the contrary, I think them a timorous [easily frightened] and inoffensive race.
Unwilling to be fettered by stifling and lazy categorizations that effectively depoliticize diasporic experiences by stuffing them into an inoffensive, digestible box stamped "world music," Somi instead delivers songs that expertly weave stories of her personal and larger cultural contexts with verve, power and gracefulness sorely lacking in popular music.
Throw in some TV actors (Molly Shannon and Ed star Tom Cavanagh) as well as some gay faves (Alan Cumming and The L Word's Rachel Shelley) and you've got a new breed of gay romantic comedy: one where every lesbian is lipstick and sexuality is as inoffensive as the wacky coworker struggling with Weight Watchers.
A vile-smelling but versatile class of compounds may find a role in more chemistry laboratories with the introduction of easily made, inoffensive versions.