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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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He said: "It is very difficult to know precisely what happened on that day but what is clear is that you carried out an unprovoked attack on an inoffensive man and therefore I have no alternative but to give you all custodial sentences."
This time she's going for the poor, inoffensive - if you're an Aberdonian - rowie.
Still, worth a visit if you're into a relaxing evening of inoffensive music.
The Vicar of Dibley was laugh-out-loud funny and entirely inoffensive.
Basically inoffensive to watch, easily likeable, and about as comfortable as drinking a cup of tea.
Mandy's boss, Joan Eadie, 56, said: "Mandy was the most caring, inoffensive, un-confrontational person you could hope to meet."
The CD was sent in in the hope that I could say something nice about it, and the music is so inoffensive that I'd struggle to be particularly nasty.
Open Wide (ITV1, Wednesday) was inoffensive - except for the scenes in which Alexander Armstrong (who played prison arts officer David Wivvelsfield) was sitting in a dentist's chair.
And this week, Alex McLeish had to make an apology after an inoffensive remark about the Pope was blown out of all reasonable proportion.
He described his sister as "quiet, inoffensive with a strong personality".
EVERTONIANS will remember Stephen Hughes as a tidy, inoffensive midfielder who showed all the passion of Julian Clary let loose in the Playboy mansion.
Amiable and inoffensive light-hearted detective caper, starring Robert Wagner and Stefanie Powers.
Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher recently called the Lowestoft rockers "inoffensive", adding: "I don't know why people hate them or love them.
Instead we are to have an inoffensive, mediocre construction that will house offices and .....luxury apartments.
But co-author Rosie Walford, a former ad agency director, fears big business could kill them off as they 'flood the world's shelves with samey, inoffensive brands'.