View definitions for clean
adjective as in not dirty; uncluttered
adjective as in sterile
adjective as in chaste, virtuous
adjective as in precise, sharp
adjective as in complete, thorough
verb as in to free of dirt and clutter
It takes me the better part of an hour to load the dishwasher, hand-wash piles of other dishes, clean the counters and cooktop, and tidy the floor.
The player walks over to clean it up and walks away from Doyle.
Marty Schottenheimer, one of the NFL’s winningest coaches, dies at 77“It is our duty and our responsibility to present a clean case file to the prosecutor,” Capt.
He said that he’d isolate, then get a coronavirus test before coming into my home, showing up with a clean bill of health.
After that, they say, it’s safe to rehang feeders — if you’re diligent about cleaning them.
With Charlie Hebdo, “you really have a clean case here,” Shearer said.
This is a guy who has his son-in-law clean his eyeglasses, for crying out loud.
Millions of dollars in renovation later the building is gorgeous—Clean, well-kept, organized.
“Clean as a whistle,” says a senior investigator involved in the case.
Clean-shaven and balding, Saleem is in his forties and walks with a limp.
He shall give his mind to finish the glazing, and his watching to make clean the furnace.
And I will turn my hand to thee, and I will clean purge away thy dross, and I will take away all thy tin.
A groom is a chap, that a gentleman keeps to clean his 'osses, and be blown up, when things go wrong.
The sun was palely shining upon dry, clean pavements and upon roads juicy with black mud.
Who could have believed that only a fortnight ago these same figures were clean as new pins; smart and well-liking!
On this page you'll find 377 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to clean, such as: blank, bright, clear, elegant, fresh, and graceful.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.