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clean-cut

Neatly groomed. My sister likes long-haired bad boys, but I've always thought that clean-cut guys are cuter.

clean-cut

having to do with a person (usually male) who is neat and tidy. He's a very clean-cut guy, and polite too. He's sort of clean-cut looking, but with curly hair.
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He knows a clean-cut victory over the Pumas is required to silence the critics and the best way of achieving that is to ensure his side can recycle the ball quickly to the back division, where his side holds a significant advantage.
To liberate Vietnam from the shackles of colonialism and communism, clean-cut young men sporting college ties are ready to blow up baby carriages and incinerate villages.
But he was a clean-cut boy who attended school and had never been in trouble with the law.
The Libyan Foreign Ministry proclaimed the vote an "international victory" for Muammar Qaddafi's regime, as well as a reward for the regime's "clean-cut" record on human rights.
A CLEAN-cut borough councillor is swopping his trademark bowtie for a set of over-alls next week during a day as a dustman.
The FTCOS-F flat tube cut-off system produces up to 3,600 clean-cut, 24" long parts per hour.
The meals themselves were carefully selected by Sainsbury's to cater for consumer taste in the UK and the cartons have a clean-cut design, which incorporates a photograph of the actual meal, together with information on the main ingredients.
It was through the pages of The Eagle comic that the clean-cut pilot instantly won the hearts of the nation's schoolboys during the 1950s.
With her clean-cut features, sharply tailored suits, and professional demeanor, Hefner has been shoring up the House that Hef built since 1982, when she was named Playboy's president at the tender age of 29.
The charm of the ballet lay not only in the clean-cut accuracy of the performing but also in Duato's assertive yet sensitive use of the men.
Worst of all, his naive Egyptian companion slips away so that she can emigrate to America and be employed by this same corporation, which advertises, "Join an exciting team which is also very friendly and looks for clean-cut energetic people like you." In its glossy surface of banality this advertisement is the funniest and also the most tragic sentence in Lewis's book.
A Beat couple arguing about the First Amendment, their Ban the Bomb daughter busting up a high school air raid drill, a clean-cut kid with a secret Lenny Bruce record, a J.D.
BROOKLYN Beckham was pictured holding a cigarette for a pal this week but friends say he's "obsessed" with his clean-cut image and is against smoking.
The government are desperate to present a clean-cut image of their country to foreign fans so they have instructed cops to sweep the streets clean of undesirables.
The High School Musical star will shed his clean-cut image for the remake of Swedish drama Snabba Cash, which translates as Easy Money, reports The Daily Express.