He could go to Elizabeth now with clean hands and youth and hope.
A suspicion of it, I think, and so brave a man should have clean hands.
When we began this fight, we had clean hands—are they clean' now?
Clean hands and a pure heart, and burning ardour in the eyes.
Touched only with clean hands, and by testators willed to their heirs.
I cannot say that in the matter of treaty keeping we had clean hands.
Respect for age is de rigueur at all times, like clean hands.
If we were to escape, we must escape with clean hands and clear consciences.
Women are mostly proud, and like their menkind to have clean hands; and I'll say it, too!'
I thank my good genius that I returned, as I entered, with clean hands!