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Meaning of “squeaky-clean” in the English Dictionary

"squeaky-clean" in British English

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squeaky-cleanadjective

uk   us   /ˌskwiː.kiˈkliːn/ informal
completelyclean: 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.
(Definition of squeaky-clean from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"squeaky-clean" in American English

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squeaky-cleanadjective

 us   /ˈskwi·kiˈklin/ infml
extremelyclean A ​person who is ​described as squeaky-clean is ​completelycorrect, esp. in ​publicbehavior, and has never done anything ​immoral.
(Definition of squeaky-clean from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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