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unoffensive

(ˌʌnəˈfɛnsɪv)
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obsolete inoffensive
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unoffensive

adjective
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At one point, Hahn argued that in amassing these objects, "[Arman] wants to neutralize the profusion of their qualities, of their functions--he demarcates them, freezes them, renders them distant and unoffensive." (16) This is the work accomplished by the vitrine: the setting apart and dissociation of the objects, so that they are available only for vision and not for use; they lose their object-quality in favor of image-quality.
The applicable standard when determining what content has artistic value should be what a reasonable member of society would find valuable--not merely what a single person willing to click a "report" button finds unoffensive.
Teen magazine Lucky interviewed the pop star for its latest issue and while the questions and answers themselves were fairly unoffensive the accompanying photo shoot led to an Internet rage.
In a nation founded with religious freedom as a central tenet, understanding the roots of one's own faith and discussing it in a non-defensive or unoffensive way can be trying for many.
In their military assemblies troops now needed to say only an unoffensive monotheistic prayer, and on Sundays they were free to worship in Christian churches.
His clean cut, bang-on-the-mark, unoffensive, observational style of humour has made him phenomenally successful in a very short space of time and no one can blame the self-proclaimed 'chubby-looking Chinese man' for making hay while the sun shines.
It is my hope that the administration of McKenzie High School will reconsider its decision and permit the students to use the motto they thoughtfully chose for their school, or find a motto for the students that is truly unoffensive to everyone.
The passage is "broad, smooth, easy, unoffensive, down to Hell." It's really no surprise the road to Hell is all downhill.
Laurence Macintyre, the Ibrox club's security chief, said: "We appeal to our supporters travelling to Parkhead to once again show their support of our anti-sectarian policies." Rangers have banned songs such as Billy Boys and sheets of traditional, unoffensive lyrics have been handed out at home games.