squeaky–clean

adjective

Definition of squeaky–clean

  1. 1 :  completely clean <squeaky–clean hair>

  2. 2 :  completely free from moral taint of any kind <a squeaky–clean reputation>

1968

First Known Use of squeaky–clean

1968


SQUEAKY–CLEAN Defined for English Language Learners

squeaky–clean

adjective

Definition of squeaky–clean for English Language Learners

  • : completely clean

  • : not connected with or involving anything morally wrong


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