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See also: cleanhanded


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clean-handed (comparative more clean-handed, superlative most clean-handed)

  1. (chiefly Britain) Innocent and candid; free from corruption.
    • 2014, Anthony Trollope, The Prime Minister, →ISBN:
      And how there was clearly no escape, no escape compatible with that clean-handed truth from which it was not possible for him to swerve.


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