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be as pure as the driven snow

to be morally completely good: How dare he criticize me for having an affair? He's not exactly as pure as the driven snow himself.
(Definition of be as pure as the driven snow from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “be as pure as the driven snow”
in Chinese (Simplified) (道德)纯洁无瑕…
in Chinese (Traditional) (道德)純潔無瑕…
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