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squeaky-cleanadjective

uk   /ˌskwiː.kiˈkliːn/ us   /ˌskwiː.kiˈkliːn/ informal
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squeaky-cleanadjective

us   /ˈskwi·kiˈklin/ infml
A person who is described as squeaky-clean is completely correct, esp. in public behavior, and has never done anything immoral.
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