innocent

Exonerate vs Innocent - What's the difference?

exonerate | innocent |


As a verb exonerate

is to relieve (someone or something) of a load; to unburden (a load).

As an adjective innocent is

free from guilt, sin, or immorality.

As a noun innocent is

those who are innocent; young children.

Acquittal vs Innocent - What's the difference?

acquittal | innocent |


As nouns the difference between acquittal and innocent

is that acquittal is while innocent is those who are innocent; young children.

As an adjective innocent is

free from guilt, sin, or immorality.

Innocent vs Null - What's the difference?

innocent | null |


As nouns the difference between innocent and null

is that innocent is those who are innocent; young children while null is zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

As an adjective innocent

is free from guilt, sin, or immorality.

Innocent vs Sacred - What's the difference?

innocent | sacred |


As adjectives the difference between innocent and sacred

is that innocent is free from guilt, sin, or immorality while sacred is set apart by solemn religious ceremony; especially, in a good sense, made holy; set apart to religious use; consecrated; not profane or common; as, a sacred' place; a '''sacred''' day; ' sacred service.

As a noun innocent

is those who are innocent; young children.

As a verb sacred is

(sacre).

Innocent vs Unharmed - What's the difference?

innocent | unharmed | Related terms |

Innocent is a related term of unharmed.


As adjectives the difference between innocent and unharmed

is that innocent is free from guilt, sin, or immorality while unharmed is which has not suffered harm; which has not been injured or damaged.

As a noun innocent

is those who are innocent; young children.

Undefiled vs Innocent - What's the difference?

undefiled | innocent | Related terms |

Undefiled is a related term of innocent.


As adjectives the difference between undefiled and innocent

is that undefiled is free from stain, blemish, evil or corruption; immaculate; uncorrupted while innocent is free from guilt, sin, or immorality.

As a noun innocent is

those who are innocent; young children.

Innocent vs Uninjured - What's the difference?

innocent | uninjured | Related terms |

Innocent is a related term of uninjured.


As adjectives the difference between innocent and uninjured

is that innocent is free from guilt, sin, or immorality while uninjured is that did not suffer lesion.

As nouns the difference between innocent and uninjured

is that innocent is those who are innocent; young children while uninjured is one or many people or objects that have not suffered injury.

Innocent vs Eager - What's the difference?

innocent | eager |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between innocent and eager

is that innocent is (obsolete) not harmful; innocuous; harmless while eager is (obsolete) sharp; keen; bitter; severe.

As adjectives the difference between innocent and eager

is that innocent is free from guilt, sin, or immorality while eager is (obsolete) sharp; sour; acid.

As nouns the difference between innocent and eager

is that innocent is those who are innocent; young children while eager is (tidal bore).

Nativity vs Innocent - What's the difference?

nativity | innocent |


As nouns the difference between nativity and innocent

is that nativity is (christianity) the birth of jesus as described in the gospels of matthew and luke while innocent is those who are innocent; young children.

As an adjective innocent is

free from guilt, sin, or immorality.

Innocent vs Innocent - What's the difference?

innocent | innocent |


In senseid|en|pure, free from sin, untainted terms the difference between innocent and innocent

is that innocent is free from guilt, sin, or immorality while innocent is free from guilt, sin, or immorality.

In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between innocent and innocent

is that innocent is (obsolete) not harmful; innocuous; harmless while innocent is (obsolete) not harmful; innocuous; harmless.

In with ''of''|lang=en terms the difference between innocent and innocent

is that innocent is lacking (something) while innocent is lacking (something).

As adjectives the difference between innocent and innocent

is that innocent is free from guilt, sin, or immorality while innocent is free from guilt, sin, or immorality.

As nouns the difference between innocent and innocent

is that innocent is those who are innocent; young children while innocent is those who are innocent; young children.

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