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English definition of “squeaky-clean”

squeaky-clean

adjective uk   /ˌskwiː.kiˈkliːn/ informal us  
completely clean: I love the squeaky-clean feel of my hair after I've washed it. Someone who is squeaky-clean is completely good and honest and never does anything bad: Journalists have been trying to discover if the senator really is as squeaky-clean as he claims to be.
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