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Pronunciation of Innocent: Learn how to pronounce Innocent in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word innocent:

adjective
1not guilty of a crime or offence:
the prisoners were later found innocent
he is innocent of Sir Thomas’s death
(innocent of) without experience or knowledge of:
a man innocent of war’s cruelties
(innocent of) without; lacking:
a street quite innocent of bookshops
2 [attributive] not responsible for or directly involved in an event yet suffering its consequences:
an innocent bystander
3free from moral wrong; not corrupted:
an innocent child
simple; naive:
she is a poor, innocent young creature
4not involving or intended to cause harm or offence; harmless:
an innocent mistake
noun
1a pure, guileless, or naive person:
a young innocent abroad
2a person involved by chance in a situation, especially a victim of crime or war:
they are prepared to kill or maim innocents in pursuit of a cause
(the Innocents) the young children killed by Herod after the birth of Jesus (Matt. 2:16).
Derivatives
innocently
adverb
Origin:
Middle English: from Old French, or from Latin innocent- ‘not harming’, from in- ‘not’ + nocere ‘to hurt’