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clean-cutadjective

/ˈklinˈkʌt/
neat and attractive in appearance and style of clothing: Whitmore fits the profile of a conservative, clean-cut, competent guy.
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"clean-cut" in British English

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clean-cutadjective

uk   /ˌkliːnˈkʌt/ us   /ˌkliːnˈkʌt/
  • clean-cut adjective (MAN)

approving A clean-cut man is tidy in appearance and behaves well: Julie's fiancé is a nice clean-cut young man.
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