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Spell check of harmless

Correct spelling: harmless

Synonyms:
virtuous, guiltless, safe, inviolable, controllable, injurious, unblemished, protected, naive, sound, right, powerless, anodyne, innoxious, navigable, faultless, pure, white, poisonous, unblamable, sinless, blameless, avoidable, manageable, trustworthy, innocent, nonmalignant, stainless, harmful, benignant, benign, sanitary, hurtless, kind, gentle, clean, inoffensive, secure, irreproachable, inoperative, guileless, help, reliable, upright, righteous, undefiled, unoffending, lily-white, preventable, sure, uncontroversial, immaculate, insipid, protective, sterile, innocuous, clear, unoffensive, weak, simple, immune, spotless.

Antonyms:
denigratory, damaging, slanderous, deleterious, calumniatory, denigrative, poisonous, polluted, hurtful, harmful, fatal, injurious, counterproductive, noxious, libelous, ruinous, calumnious, detrimental, defamatory, pestilent, venomous, offensive, jeopardizing, adverse, bruising, bad, libellous, unsound, wounding, scathing, deadly, dangerous, risky, baleful, ill, noisome, prejudicious, wicked, catastrophic, painful, ominous, subtle, tainted, denigrating, pernicious, unwholesome, unhealthy, stabbing, baneful, prejudicial, malignant, nasty, lethal, unhealthful, mischievous, insidious, abusive, evil, parlous, imperiling, perilous, sinister, nocent, destructive, threatening, nocuous, hazardous, unsafe, menacing.

Examples of usage:

1) It seemed a harmless looking place to me. - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.

2) You find them in lots of rooms, looking harmless enough. - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.

3) In what a sad state must not that man be whose friends consider it their duty to render him harmless? - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.

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