Opposite of Innocent, Antonyms of Innocent (Example Sentences)

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Type: Adjective/Noun

Meaning/Definition of innocent: Adjective describing someone who is free from guilt, wrongdoing, or blame; Noun referring to a person who lacks knowledge or understanding of something.

What is the Opposite of innocent?

The Opposite of innocent is guilty.

Other Opposites of innocent:

Here is the list of all opposites or antonyms of innocent:

  • Guilty
  • Culpable
  • Criminal
  • Cunning
  • Impure
  • Dissolute
  • Stained
  • Tainted
  • Offender
  • Convict
  • Felon
  • Rotten
  • Culprit
  • Bad
  • Unrighteous
  • Bribable
  • Corrupted
  • Corrupt
  • Dishonest
  • Immoral
  • Sinful

Example Sentences Using Opposites of Innocent:

  1. The suspect was guilty, not innocent, of the crime.
  2. She was culpable, not innocent, in the scandal.
  3. The jury found him responsible, not innocent, for the accident.
  4. He was tainted, not innocent, by association with the criminals.
  5. The evidence proved his complicity, not innocence, in the robbery.
  6. The witness’s testimony revealed her involvement, not innocence, in the scheme.
  7. The accused had a criminal past, not innocence, as claimed.
  8. Her actions were corrupt, not innocent, and motivated by personal gain.
  9. The court deemed him liable, not innocent, for the damages.
  10. The investigation uncovered his culpability, not innocence, in the fraud.

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Opposite of Innocent, Antonyms of Innocent with meaning and Example Sentences in English PDF

Last updated on June 22nd, 2023 at 09:50 pm