Another word for clean
spotless, washed, stainless, laundered, immaculate, unsoiled, untarnished, speckless, unstained, neat, tidy, clear, blank, white, dirtless, unblemished, unspotted, newly cleaned, cleaned, fresh, unused, snowy, well-kept, dustless, unsmirched, cleansed, scrubbed, sanitary, antiseptic, unsullied, spick-and-span, clean as a whistle*, squeaky-clean*.
Having sharp outlines
Legible; having few errors
Not obscene or indecent
Free from radioactivity
decontaminated, not dangerous, checked.
cleanse, clean up, clean out, clear up, clear out, wash, wash up, scrub, scrub off, soak, disinfect, tidy, tidy up, neaten, straighten up, shake out, purify, decontaminate, sanitize, deodorize, purge, expurgate, swab, polish, sterilize, scrape, sweep, scour, launder, dry-clean, vacuum, scald, dust, mop, cauterize, rinse, sponge, brush, dress, comb, dredge, pick, blow, whisk, wipe, wipe up, clarify, elutriate, winnow, rake, clean away, lave, bathe, expunge, soap, hose down, rasp, erase, shampoo, refine, flush, depurate, deterge, blot, hackle, leach, lixiviate, rub off, sandblast, freshen, put in order, bleach, spruce up, do up*, slick up*, clear the decks*, police up*; see also purify, wash 1. 2.
clean, the broader term, denotes generally the removal of dirt, impurities, or extraneous matter, as by washing or brushing; cleanse suggests more specifically the removal of impurities, as by the use of chemicals, and is often used metaphorically to imply purification to cleanse one's mind of evil thoughts
Another word for cleanadjective
Free from dirt, stain, or impurities:antiseptic, cleanly, immaculate, spotless, stainless, unsoiled, unsullied. See clean
Without imperfections or blemishes, as a line or contour:perfect, regular. See beautiful
Well done or executed:adroit, deft, neat, skillful. See ability, good
Free from evil and corruption:angelic, angelical, innocent, lily-white, pure, sinless, unblemished, uncorrupted, undefiled, unstained, unsullied, untainted, virginal. Idiom: pure as the driven snow. See clean, right, sex
Not lewd or obscene:decent, modest, wholesome. See decent
According to the rules:fair, sporting, sportsmanlike, sportsmanly. See fair
Free from guilt or blame:blameless, faultless, guiltless, harmless, innocent, irreproachable, lily-white, unblamable. Idiom: in the clear. See right
To the fullest extent:absolutely, all, altogether, completely, dead, entirely, flat, fully, just, perfectly, quite, thoroughly, totally, utterly, well2, wholly. (Informal) clear. Idioms: in toto, through and through. See big, limited
To make or keep (an area) clean and orderly.Also used with up: clear (up), neaten (up), police, spruce (up), straighten (up), tidy (up). See order
To make neat and trim; make presentable.Also used with up: freshen (up), groom, neaten (up), slick up, spruce (up), tidy (up), trig (out), trim. See order
To make or become clear by the removal of impurities:clarify, cleanse, purify, refine. See clean
To remove the contents of:clear, empty (out), evacuate, vacate, void. See full
To reduce to financial insolvency:bankrupt, break, bust, impoverish, pauperize, ruin. See money