- 1) Moral purity; innocence.
- 2) The state of being physically clean and free of contamination or dirt; cleanliness.
- 3) Purity of life or language; freedom from licentious courses.
- 4) The state or quality of being clean.
- 5) without moral defects
- 6) the state of being clean; without dirt or other impurities
- 7) Exactness; purity; justness; correctness: used of language or style.
- 8) Moral purity; innocence; freedom from anything dishonorable, immoral, or sinful.
- 9) Freedom from ceremonial pollution.
- 1) the property of being cleanly, or habitually clean; good hygiene
- 2) State of being cleanly; neatness of person or dress.
- 3) diligence in keeping clean
- 4) the habit of keeping free of superficial imperfections
- 5) The state or character of being cleanly; freedom from dirt, filth, or any foul matter; the disposition to keep clean, or the habit of keeping so.
- 1) She then stood over him while the deed was done, to ensure he was properly clean.
- 2) The rest was putting crude into Northern Europe and shipping clean out of the refineries.
- 3) The room was cramped and its furnishings old, but clean and simple.
- 4) She then added a comic by Sherif Arafa, an Egyptian writer, about how the whole Cairo cleanness is going to end as soon as Obama takes off his plan:
- 5) Last night is passed over, like an excessively bad dream; and I am sitting here in cleanness and quiet, announcing my safety so far.
- 6) But wit you well there shall none attain it but by cleanness, that is pure confession.
- 7) _Our_ brightness and happiness air the brightness and happiness of faith; our cleanness is the cleanness of religious scruples.
- 8) Thom Hartman thinks that Romney could bring a lot to the McCain ticket: money and "cleanness".
- 9) This suffices for the Replies to the Objections: for the first two arguments refer to the first kind of cleanness; while the third refers to the perfect vision of God.
- 10) ‘It will once again be promoted as a town of natural beauty, cleanness, and calmness.’
- 11) ‘The impulse to cleanness, freshness, frankness, simplicity, precision, informs both the inward- and the outward-directed music of this time.’
- 12) ‘In this massive text dealing with cases of cleanness and purity in food and in domestic relationships, the two key sections deal with religious festivals and detailed procedures of Temple practices.’
- 13) ‘When the show looks good, it looks very good, with deep rich colors, clean black lines, and a pleasant clarity and cleanness to the transfer.’
- 14) ‘The degree of purity and cleanness needed was a great challenge.’
- 1) Doctors say improved cleanliness has lowered people's natural resistance to bacteria and dust that cause common allergies.
- 2) Any moments of slightly dodgy personal cleanliness.
- 3) We need to support cleanliness and hygiene.
- 4) This survey shows that basic cleanliness and hygiene issues are being ignored by hotel staff.
- 5) Her teachers also raised concerns over low standards of cleanliness and hygiene.
- 6) He also spelled out details of powers to be given to the new healthcare regulator to improve hospital cleanliness.
- 7) Personal health and cleanliness were deplorable.
- 8) And 60 per cent put hygiene and cleanliness at average or not good.
- 9) The area has consistently won awards for the quality, safety and cleanliness of its sands and sea.
- 10) Sadly this is not the case as bacteria are always changing and it is still therefore very important to maintain good standards of hygiene and cleanliness.
- 11) Nearly half of all hospital kitchens and canteens in England could be failing to meet basic standards of cleanliness and hygiene, according to official inspection reports.
- 12) Her temper is beyond imagination, her avarice monstrous, her madness about what she calls cleanliness, to a degree of distraction; if I had not first, and then made your brother Ned interpose in form, she would once or twice a week have the very closet washed in which your brother sleeps after dinner.
- 13) That “cleanliness is next to Godliness”, OCD thing, you know.
- 14) It seems more likely, however, that our culture of cleanliness is what does us in when it comes to welcoming dog patrons in our nation's eateries.
- 15) But what these students lack in cleanliness they make up for in charm, right?
- 16) Perhaps it's the Puritan influence (cleanliness is next to godliness), but personal health and hygiene products take up eight full aisles in my SuperTarget (I checked).
- 17) But your construct presumes that bathroom cleanliness is mostly due to the actions/inaction of bathroom USERS.
- 18) ‘With rats scuttling through debris outside their makeshift huts, they take cleanliness seriously.’
- 19) ‘I also wanted some guarantee of cleanliness, no matter what external supply was used.’
- 20) ‘No differences were found in the cleanliness of stalls or the amount of bedding material added.’
- 21) ‘Personal cleanliness is a basic principle to pesticide safety.’
- 22) ‘cleanliness is a mania with him, a model for all discipline.’
- 23) ‘He cynically points out the signs posted that demand cleanliness.’
- 24) ‘In exchange, he will give the beggar clothes and cleanliness.’
- 25) ‘My grandfather valued order, cleanliness, and the rule of law above all else.’
- 26) ‘The cleanliness of the city, the well-maintained services, and the proactive approach to tackling crime have resulted in a lot of acclaim.’
- 27) ‘Comparing the two in terms of cleanliness is pretty much unfair.’