clean

clean
adj
1. unsoiled, unspotted, spotless, speck-less, white, snowy, immaculate; cleansed, washed, bathed, laundered, scrubbed, wiped, scoured; polished, dusted, swept, vacuumed, whisked; tidy, well-groomed, well-kept; fresh, fragrant, deodorized, sweet; wholesome, healthy, healthful.
2. pure, unstained, stainless, unblemished; perfect, flawless, faultless; virgin, untouched, unadulterated, unspoiled, untainted; unpolluted, uncontaminated, sanitized, disinfected, antisepticized.
3. clear, clarified, refined, distilled, unmixed; elutriated, Chem. edulcorated, purged, expurgated, defecated.
4. open, free, accessible, unobstructed, unblocked, passable; blank, void, vacant, empty; legible, readable, decipherable; distinct, definite, plain, unconfusing, uncomplicated.
5. regular, orderly, systematic; uniform, symmetrical, even, clean-cut; level, straight, flat; trim, well-made, shapely, neat, spruce, smart, dapper, Chiefly. Brit. trig; plain, simple, spare, frugal, economical; graceful, unor-nate, unembellished, unpretentious, unobtrusive.
6. innocent, chaste, vestal, virginal, lily-white; unde-filed, undebased, unsullied, unfouled; honorable, reputable, fair, equitable, honest, just, judicious, sportsmanlike; virtuous, righteous, moral, good, upright, upstanding; decent, modest, decorous, demure, prudish, unobscene, unfoul, unobjectional, inoffensive; guiltless.
7. adroit, deft, dexterous, handy, neat, Brit. Dial. feat; proficient, adept, polished, finished, accomplished, skillful, skilled; masterful, masterly, expert.
8. complete, total, whole; decisive, conclusive, final; unqualified, unrestricted, unconditional; uninterrupted, undisturbed.
adv
9. innocently, chastely, honorably, reputably; honestly, fairly, sportsmanly; virtuously, righteously, morally, uprightly, upstandingly; decently, modestly, decorously, demurely, prudishly; unob-scenely, unfoully, unobjectionably.
10. regularly, systematically, uniformly, symmetrically, evenly, levelly, straightly; neatly, smartly, gracefully; simply, plainly, unornately, unpretentiously, unobtrusively.
11. cleanly, immaculately, tidily; freshly, fragrantly, sweetly; wholesomely, healthily; purely, stainlessly, clearly; antiseptically, sanitarily.
12. completely, fully, totally, wholly, thoroughly, entirely, inside and out, from cover to cover, from beginning to end; altogether, quite, utterly, to the utmost; decisively, conclusively, absolutely, finally; unqualifying-ly, out and out, unrestrictedly, unconditionally.
v
13. wash, bathe, lave, cleanse, Chiefly Scot. dight; deterge, (of clothes) launder, shampoo, lather, soap; scrub, swab, mop; shower, douse, rinse, flush, douche, sponge; absterge, scour, wipe, rub, polish; sweep, vacuum, whisk; tidy, neaten, order, do up.
14. dry-clean, lixiviate, leach.
15. purify, depurate, purge, expurgate, defecate, mundify, lustrate; freshen, ventilate, depollute, decontaminate, sanitize, sanitate, disinfect, antisepticize; clear, clarify, refine, distill; elutriate, Chem. edulcorate.

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