innocencenoun [U]uk us /ˈɪn.ə.səns/
- It took 15 years for the alleged criminals to prove their innocence.
- She has this apparent innocence which, I suspect, she uses to her advantage.
- The presumption of innocence is central to British law.
- All through the trial he protested his innocence .
- His urgent pleas of innocence made no difference to the judge's decision.
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