clean-cut

[kleen-kuht]
adjective
1.
having distinct, regular shape: a face with clean-cut features.
2.
clearly outlined.
3.
neat and wholesome: a polite, clean-cut young man.
4.
unambiguously clear; unmistakable; clear-cut: The case against him is a clean-cut one.

Origin:
1835–45

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clean-cut
 
adj
1.  clearly outlined; neat: clean-cut lines of a ship
2.  definite: a clean-cut decision in boxing

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Example sentences
Its gravity would draw in particles, sculpting what would otherwise be a fuzzy boundary into a clean-cut ring.
It has been clean-cut and impartial, divorced from all attempts to make it serve the selfish interests of particular nations.
Too often the attacker is the clean-cut acquaintance next door.
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