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Another word for clean

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Adjective
  1. Free from dirt, stain, or impurities

    See also:

    clean

  2. Without imperfections or blemishes, as a line or contour

      1. Excellent and delightful in all respects:
      2. (Gram.) Expressing or showing a state reached or an action completed at the time of speaking or at the time indicated: verbs have three perfect tenses: simple (or present) perfect, past perfect (or pluperfect), and future perfect
      3. Complete; thorough; utter:
      1. (Ecclesiastical) Belonging to a religious order and bound by its rules:
      2. (Informal) Good; nice:
      3. Customary, usual, or normal:
    See also:

    beautiful

  3. Well done or executed

    See also:

    ability

    good

  4. Free from evil and corruption

  5. Not lewd or obscene

      1. Reasonably good; adequate
      2. Suitable; fitting:
      3. (--- Informal) Properly or modestly dressed:
      1. Quiet and humble in appearance, style, etc.; not pretentious
      2. Behaving, dressing, speaking, etc. in a way that is considered proper or decorous; decent
      3. Moderate or limited in size, quantity, or range; not extreme:
      1. Characterized by health and vigor of mind and body; specif., morally sound
      2. Tending to suggest health, or soundness
      3. Conducive to or indicative of good health or well-being; salutary:
    See also:

    decent

  6. According to the rules

    See also:

    fair

  7. Free from guilt or blame

    Idioms:
    See also:

    right

Verb
  1. To make or keep (an area) clean and orderly.

    See also:

    order

  2. To make neat and trim; make presentable.

    See also:

    order

  3. To make or become clear by the removal of impurities

    See also:

    clean

Idioms:

    clean out

  1. To remove the contents of

  2. clean out

  3. To reduce to financial insolvency

  4. clean up

  5. To make a large profit

Another word for clean

Modifier
  1. Not soiled

Verb
      1. To make clean, pure, etc.; clean; purge
      2. To free from dirt, defilement, or guilt; purge or clean.
      3. To treat with a regimen intended to remove impurities and promote health: