clean-cut • adj. sharply outlined: the normally clean-cut edge between sea and land has become blurred. ∎ giving the appearance of neatness and respectability: the ad featured two clean-cut teenagers. ∎ evoking or suggesting such respectability: a scandal that threatens her clean-cut image.
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