not causing or being capable of causing injury or hurt

Innocuous

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Innocuous

ĭ-nŏk′yo͞o-əs) adjective

not causing or being capable of causing injury or hurtmerriam-webster.com
From the Latin word innocuus, dating back to 1590-1600.dictionary.com
To Mitt Romney, it was an innocuous statement about economic success that was meant to boost the egos of several wealthy donors.Daniel Stone, The Daily Beast, 30 Jul. 2012
anodyne, benign, hurtless, innocent, harmless, inoffensive, safe, whiteSynonyms
adverse, bad, baleful, baneful, damaging, dangerous, deleterious, detrimental, evil, harmful, hurtful, ill, injurious, mischievous, nocuous, noxious, pernicious, prejudicial, wickedAntonyms
adverse, bad, baleful, baneful, damaging, dangerous, deleterious, detrimental, evil, harmful, hurtful, ill, injurious, mischievous, nocuous, noxious, pernicious, prejudicial, wickedAntonyms
adverse, bad, baleful, baneful, damaging, dangerous, deleterious, detrimental, evil, harmful, hurtful, ill, injurious, mischievous, nocuous, noxious, pernicious, prejudicial, wickedAntonyms
adverse, bad, baleful, baneful, damaging, dangerous, deleterious, detrimental, evil, harmful, hurtful, ill, injurious, mischievous, nocuous, noxious, pernicious, prejudicial, wickedAntonyms
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