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innocency

noun in·no·cen·cy \-sən(t)-sē\
plural in·no·cen·cies

Definition of INNOCENCY

:  innocence; also :  an innocent action or quality

Examples of INNOCENCY

  1. <let me be the first to declare my own innocency in the matter: I neither spread nor believed the malicious gossip>

First Known Use of INNOCENCY

14th century

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