Innocuous means harmless.
In the ring the wrestler appeared dangerous, but in reality, he was really innocuous.
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Placid means neutral.
The placid husband was the total opposite of his easily upset wife.
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Insurgent means rebel.
For his crimes against the state, he was tried as an enemy insurgent.
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Intrepid means brave.
The intrepid kitten walked slowly in front of the two big dogs.
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Inept means unskilled.
The inept detective could not see the most obvious clues.
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Impute means blame.
When the singer was asked about her awful performance, she tried to impute her mistakes to nervousness.
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Indigenous means native.
Because these trees require very moist temperatures to grow, they are only indigenous in rain forests.
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Palatable means suitable.
We found the warm sunny weather quite palatable for our picnic.
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Perplex means confuse.
According to the book reviewer, the author’s puzzling writing style will perplex many readers.
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Pinnacle is a peak.
After John received his doctoral degree, he felt as though he had reached the pinnacle of his education.
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