come clean

[ kleen ]SEE DEFINITION OF come clean

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COME CLEAN

The tips of their bills do come clean up to the base of the mother's mandibles.

If they come clean, well an' good, they git their original two shares.

Come on—come clean, as the detectives say—at least, in books.

Then suppose you come clean and tell the Cubs everything you know.

I'm going to come clean, not because I'm afraid of you, but because I'm going to clear up the girl.

He was poor, but with the never-failing well on Garrison Hill he could come clean as the richest to his prayers.

Would he come clean through the moil, winning honor and his place among men?

After some bargaining he finally agreed to phone his managingeditor and propose I'd "come clean" for twenty dollars.

Ye don't mean to say you come clean in here this stormy day to try and sell that farm to me?

And when you did come clean up here, why didnt you come to my shack and stay?

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