un·clean / ˌənˈklēn/ • adj. dirty: the company was fined for operating in unclean premises. ∎ morally wrong: unclean thoughts. ∎ (of food) regarded in a particular religion as impure and unfit to be eaten: pork is an unclean meat for Muslims. ∎ (in biblical use) ritually impure; (of a spirit) evil. DERIVATIVES: un·clean·ness n.
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