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Things clean often describes (“clean ________”)
water, air, clothes, shaven, cloth, hands, surface, sweep, shirt, slate, sand, house, room, cut, linen, sheets, breast, break, rooms, environment, bill, sheet, towel, place, surfaces, heart, lines, paper, slide, handkerchief, tube, living, area, bed, streets, clothing, copy, glass, towels, out, record, straw, condition, oil, pair, shirts, face, smell, piece, floor, container, appearance, rag, plate, milk, fun, bottle, off, gloves, underwear, animals, skin, technologies, wound, teeth, look, food, wounds, conscience, technology, separation, town, catch, dress, city, coal, act, socks, gravel, job, inside, fuel, houses, equipment, apron, supply

How clean often is described (“________ clean”)
squeaky, mad, good, real, dry, extra, bottom, thorough, exquisitely, inside, whole, foulest, wet, outside, polished, stable, self, uniform, oven, front, environmental, joint, nice, kept, final, interior, rotten, rapt, quick, swept, awful, fresh, shiny, dirty, grave, patient, deep, brush, flat, rocky, spotless, keep, vilest, standard, unclean, guilty, chalkboard, less, annual, alkaline, blackboard, sleek, latter, neat, concurrent, pretty, washed, come, singularly, crystal, sore, squat, top, opti, dead, contrary, neighbourhood, tongue, perineum

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See clean used in context: 100+ rhymes, 24 Shakespeare works, 6 Mother Goose rhymes, several books and articles.

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