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Definition of squeaky clean in English:

adjective

informal
1Completely clean: squeaky clean babies
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  • I was in Paris recently, and it's clear that French women believe their natural shine comes from having squeaky-clean, healthy skin.
  • Lusaka can take a leaf from smaller cities such as Windhoek whose authorities maintain spotlessly squeaky-clean streets.
  • You've got plenty of time, and besides, your house is squeaky-clean already.
1.1Beyond reproach; without vice: politicians who are less than squeaky clean
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  • His photographs sing at you from the wall with squeaky-clean, glossy brilliance and his models are a class above even the best Blue Peter efforts.
  • Spielberg reproduces Abagnale's suspiciously squeaky-clean account that seems filtered of potential legal liability content.
  • His squeaky-clean morals even reach the money-hungry shareholders of his uncle's media conglomerate.

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