from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Informal Perfectly clean: squeaky-clean hair.
- adj. Informal Free from moral fault or taint; untarnished and virtuous: "Despite its squeaky-clean image, [the agency] suffered waste and inefficiency” ( William D. Marbach).
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Alternative spelling of squeaky clean.
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Even when it is by proven liar Landis against squeaky-clean Armstrong.
“To have these characters who are squeaky-clean facing this very real thing is exciting.”
The humans have cars too, but they're much less squeaky-clean.
Huntsman's smart, witty and squeaky-clean, and with his impeccable bi-partisan credentials, diplomatic and foreign policy expertise, and moderate positions he just may be the prom queen voters want to send up against President Obama next November.
It showed the squeaky-clean Harry Potter in new light, and the experience was a positive one for Radcliffe.
It was a desire to restore a lost purity, and eHarmony offers nothing less than squeaky-clean, old-fashioned romance to counteract the promiscuous cynicism and cynical promiscuity of dating in an increasingly disconnected age.
"The biggest surprise for a lot of people is driving out of squeaky-clean Singapore and across the causeway into Jahore Bahru," a town at the base of the Malay Peninsula, John said.
Getty Images Jamie Dimon J.P. Morgan's $154 million settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission stemming from allegedly misleading investors in collateralized debt obligations underscores how even the most squeaky-clean Wall Street banks succumbed to industry pressure to juice earnings through questionable practices.
But even my 87-year-old grandfather with a Star magazine penchant realizes that Britney — 29, divorcee, rehab-tress and mother of two — is no longer Disney's trillion-dollar creation of a meticulous squeaky-clean, "virginal" pop princess with superhero abs and the most desirable pop star BF in the universe.
Violinist Mark O'Connor exhibited his squeaky-clean technique on a movement from "All Rise" and "Blood on the Fields" that repeatedly echoed Ray Nance's violin episodes in Ellington's "Black, Brown, and Beige."
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