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[in-uh-suh n-see]
noun, plural in·no·cen·cies.
  1. innocence(defs 1–6).
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Origin of innocency

1325–75; Middle English; variant of innocence; see -ency
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Examples from the Web for innocency

Historical Examples

  • In proportion as she knew his innocency she must have felt his loss.

    Female Scripture Biographies, Vol. II

    Francis Augustus Cox

  • What gave him conviction was his constant sense of Lucy's innocency.

    Love and Lucy

    Maurice Henry Hewlett

  • He appeared much hardened, and pleaded much on his Innocency.

  • Raleigh—Your words cannot condemn me; my innocency is my defence.

  • Verily I have cleansed my heart in vain and washed my hands in innocency.

    God's Plan with Men

    T. T. (Thomas Theodore) Martin