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keyword: Clean
Clean Out Of Something »
(don't have any more of that thing...)

Coming Clean »
(telling the truth and confessing what you did...)

Get A Clean Bill Of Health »
(a doctor or specialist says that the body has no problems...)

Have A Clean Conscience About Someone Or Something »
(one does not feel guilty about it...)

Start Over With A Clean Slate »
(forget about the past and begin again...)

Clear The Table »
(move dirty things off of the table so it can be clean and ready for use...)

Fresh As A Daisy »
(feeling fresh and clean; the way one feels after bathing...)

Spick And Span »
(very clean; it has been cleaned perfectly; there is no dirt...)



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