Innocent Synonyms and Antonyms

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We found there are 12 synonyms for the word innocent.

  1. inexperienced person
  2. clean-handed
  3. guiltless
  4. innocuous
  5. impeccant
  6. sinless
  7. ingenuous
  8. unacquainted
  9. devoid
  10. destitute
  11. barren
  12. free

And we also found 1 direct antonym for the word innocent.

  1. guilty
Term Definition

inexperienced person (noun)

a person who lacks knowledge of evil.

clean-handed, guiltless (adjective)

free from evil or guilt.

Antonyms: guilty (adjective)

responsible for or chargeable with a reprehensible act.

innocuous (adjective satellite)

lacking intent or capacity to injure.

Antonyms: harmful [Indirect via harmless] (adjective)

causing or capable of causing harm.

impeccant, sinless (adjective satellite)

free from sin.

Antonyms: wicked [Indirect via virtuous] (adjective)

morally bad in principle or practice.

ingenuous (adjective satellite)

lacking in sophistication or worldliness.

Antonyms: sophisticated [Indirect via naive] (adjective)

having or appealing to those having worldly knowledge and refinement and savoir-faire.

unacquainted (adjective satellite)

not knowledgeable about something specified.

Antonyms: informed [Indirect via uninformed] (adjective)

having much knowledge or education.

devoid, destitute, barren, free (adjective satellite)

completely wanting or lacking.

Antonyms: existent [Indirect via nonexistent] (adjective)

having existence or being or actuality.

Antonyms: conscious [Indirect via unconscious] (adjective)

knowing and perceiving; having awareness of surroundings and sensations and thoughts.

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