What does clean-cut mean?

clean-cut meaning in Etymology Dictionary

"precise," 1829 (of turf), from clean (adv.) + previous participle of slice (v.).

clean-cut meaning in General Dictionary

nice and wise in appearance

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  • obvious and distinct towards sensory faculties; easily perceptible
  • See Clear-cut.

Sentence Examples with the word clean-cut

Dangerously sexy, his shoulder length dark hair tousled and his heavy, clean-cut jaw shaded by several days of growth.

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