Definition of Inoffensiveness

1. Noun. The state or condition of being inoffensive. ¹



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Definition of Inoffensiveness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inoffensiveness

inoculator
inoculators
inoculum
inoculums
inode
inodes
inodiate
inodiated
inodiates
inodiating
inodorate
inodorous
inodorousness
inoffensive
inoffensively
inoffensiveness (current term)
inofficial
inofficially
inofficious
inofficiously
inogen
inoic beam
inolimomab
inopectic
inoperable
inoperancies
inoperancy
inoperant
inoperation
inoperations

Literary usage of Inoffensiveness

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1. Lectures on Pastoral Theology by James Spencer Cannon, William Henry Campbell (1859)
"Harmlessness, or inoffensiveness. " Be ye harmless as doves," said the Saviour (Matt. x. 16,) to those who were to be employed in his gospel service. ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1850)
"An inoffensiveness of spirit and behaviour was peculiarly his ornament. Mr. Watkins's " Sunday School Tracts " were collected in four volumes, 1823-40; ..."

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