But I remain in prison on these baseless allegations while waiting for the chance to prove my innocence.Simplicity; absence of guile or cunning; naiveté.

See innocent, -ence, related formssuperinnocence, noun, can be confusedinnocence innocents m Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Random House, Inc.People who lack the mental capacity to understand the nature of their acts may be regarded as innocent regardless of their behavior.

7 More eclectically, Eric Berne saw the Child ego state, and its vocabulary, as reflecting three different possibilities: the cliches of conformity; the obscenities of revolt; and "the sweet phrases of charming innocence".In some cases, the term "innocence" has a pejorative meaning, where an assumed level of experience dictates common discourse or baseline qualifications for entry into another, different, social experience.A man should be presumed innocent of a crime until he is proved guilty; They hanged an innocent man.