clean-cut


clean–cut

adjective \ˈklēn-ˈkət\

: having a neat appearance that suggests you are someone who does not break rules or cause trouble

Full Definition of CLEAN-CUT

1
:  cut so that the surface or edge is smooth and even
2
:  sharply defined
3
:  of wholesome appearance

First Known Use of CLEAN-CUT

1843

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