Clean

Clean,

Definition of Clean:

  1. So as to be free from dirt, marks, or unwanted matter.

  2. Shipping: Documents that are free from any adverse endorsement, such as a clean bill of lading.

  3. Used to emphasize the completeness of a reported action, condition, or experience.

  4. Make (something or someone) free of dirt, marks, or mess, especially by washing, wiping, or brushing.

  5. (of a taste, sound, or smell) giving a clear and distinctive impression to the senses; sharp and fresh.

  6. Accounting: Auditors certificate that is free from any adverse opinion.

  7. Free from irregularities; having a smooth edge or surface.

  8. Morally uncontaminated; pure; innocent.

  9. Free from dirt, marks, or stains.

  10. Finance: State of being free from debt, such as a clean balance sheet..

  11. Trading: Draft or bill of exchange to which no shipping document is attached, issued to customers in good credit standing. See also clean collection.

Synonyms of Clean

Washed, Scrubbed, Cleansed, Cleaned, Polished, Wash, Cleanse, Wipe, Sponge, Scrub, Mop, Rinse, Scour, Swab, Hose down, Sluice, Sluice down, Flush, Polish, Disinfect, Completely, Entirely, Totally, Fully, Wholly, Thoroughly, Altogether, Quite, Utterly, Absolutely, Virtuous, Good, Upright, Upstanding, Christian, Daedalian, Absolute, Absolutely, Acknowledge, Adept, Admit, Adroit, All-embracing, All-encompassing, All-out, All-pervading, Altogether, Antiseptic, Apt, Artistic, Authoritative, Bath, Bathe, Blameless, Bleach, Bleached, Blotless, Born, Bowdlerize, Bravura, Bright, Brighten, Brilliant, Broad-based, Chaste, Clarify, Clean, Clean out, Clean up, Clean-cut, Cleanly, Cleanse, Cleansed, Clear, Clear out, Clever, Come clean, Comely, Completely, Comprehensive, Confess, Congenital, Consummate, Coordinated, Crack, Crackerjack, Creditable, Cunning, Cute, Daedal, Dainty, Decent, Decontaminate, Decontaminated, Deep-dyed, Definite, Deft, Delouse, Deplete, Depurate, Deterge, Dexterous, Dextrous, Diplomatic, Dirt-free, Disinfect, Disinfected, Do, Do up, Downright, Dry-clean, Dust, Dust off, Dyed-in-the-wool, Egregious, Empty, Entirely, Erect, Estimable, Ethical, Evacuate, Even, Excellent, Exhaust, Exhaustive, Expert, Expurgate, Fair, Fancy, Fastidious, Faultless, Fresh, Freshen, Full of integrity, Fully, Furbish, Good, Goodish, Graceful, Guiltless, Gut, Handy, High-minded, High-principled, Highly respectable, Honest, Honorable, Immaculate, Immaculately, Impeccable, Inculpable, Ingenious, Innocent, Inoffensive, Intensive, Inviolate, Irreproachable, Irretrievably, Irrevocably, Just, Kosher, Launder, Lave, Law-abiding, Law-loving, Law-revering, Lustrate, Magisterial, Manly, Masterful, Masterly, Modest, Mop, Moral, Neat, Neaten, No mean, Noble, Nonpolluted, Of cleanly habits, Omnibus, Omnipresent, Order, Out-and-out, Outright, Own up, Perfect, Perfectly, Pervasive, Plain, Plumb, Police, Polish, Politic, Principled, Professional, Proficient, Pure, Pure in heart, Purehearted, Purely, Purge, Purified, Purify, Quick, Quite, Quite some, Radical, Ready, Recondition, Reform, Regular, Renew, Renovate, Reputable, Resourceful, Respectable, Reveal, Right, Right-minded, Righteous, Ritually pure, Sanitary, Sanitize, Scavenge, Scour, Scrub, Scrubbed, Sexually innocent, Shapely, Sheer, Shining, Shiny, Simple, Sing, Skillful, Slick, Smooth, Smut-free, Smutless, Snowy, Some, Sparkling, Spill the beans, Sponge, Sportsmanlike, Sportsmanly, Spotless, Spotlessly, Spruce, Stainless, Stark, Statesmanlike, Steam-clean, Sterile, Sterling, Straight, Straighten out, Straighten up, Stylish, Sweep, Sweep out, Sweeping, Sweet, Sweeten, Tactful, Tahar, Taintless, The compleat, The complete, Thorough, Thoroughgoing, Thoroughly, Through-and-through, Tidy, Total, Totally, Trim, True-dealing, True-devoted, True-disposing, True-souled, True-spirited, Truehearted, Tubbed, Ubiquitous, Unadulterated, Unarmed, Unbesmirched, Unblemished, Unblotted, Unclutter, Uncomplicated, Unconditional, Uncontaminated, Uncorrupt, Uncorrupted, Undefiled, Unimpeachable, Uninfected, Universal, Unmitigated, Unmixed, Unmuddied, Unpolluted, Unqualified, Unrelievedly, Unreserved, Unrestricted, Unsmirched, Unsmudged, Unsoiled, Unspoiled, Unspotted, Unstained, Unsullied, Untainted, Untarnished, Upright, Uprighteous, Upstanding, Utter, Utterly, Vacuum, Veritable, Virtuoso, Virtuous, Wash, Wash up, Weaponless, Well-done, Well-favored, Well-formed, Well-made, Well-proportioned, Well-scrubbed, Well-shaped, Well-washed, White, Whiten, Whitened, Wholesale, Wholesome, Wholly, Wipe, Wipe off, Wipe out, Wipe up, Workmanlike, Worthy, Yeomanly

How to use Clean in a sentence?

  1. The room was spotlessly clean.
  2. Clean your teeth properly after meals.
  3. Clean living.
  4. A clean fracture of the leg.
  5. The room had been washed clean.
  6. Clean, fresh, natural flavors.

Meaning of Clean & Clean Definition