Definition of 'inoffensive'
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All concerned were determined that the document should be as bland and inoffensive as possible. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It was too quiet and inoffensive looking. Christianity Today (2000)But he will make the final just by being nice and inoffensive. The Sun (2010)The songs manage to be sharp and aggressive at the same time as being inoffensive guitar pop. The Sun (2007)Is it because they're relatively cheap, relatively inoffensive and relatively interesting? Times, Sunday Times (2012)I smile politely at the woman and say something vague and inoffensive, such as'Really? Times, Sunday Times (2015)A completely inoffensive French wine. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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