cleanlinesses

[ adjective klen-lee; adverb kleen-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF cleanlinesses
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She had always loved the graces and cleanlinesses of life, and her father, she knew to be a man of innate refinement.

WORD ORIGIN

Old English clænlic "morally pure, innocent," from clæne (see clean (adj.)). Of persons, "habitually clean," from c.1500.

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