The state or condition of being inoffensive.(noun)
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Use "inoffensiveness" in a sentence
"It's the most homogenized of the three, a white-bread sandwich of inoffensiveness but lacking in color all the same."
"Litto has argued that "Cato" was chosen for "its inoffensiveness, gentility, and expressions of noble sentiment.""
"My weeny merguez, resting flaccidly on couscous, franked the inoffensiveness form, while another, fatter nine quid banger, "the Beaujolaise" – an amalgam of pork, mushroom, onion and bacon – seemed less a sausage than a loose coalition struggling to coexist amicably under the one skin."