Romney, with his picture-perfect family and squeaky-clean lifestyle, should be a terrific values crusader.
In Banks, Disney is portrayed as a squeaky-clean character, but was he, really?
She won raves for her willingness to dirty up her squeaky-clean image.
Girls stand to learn more from flawed pop princesses than from wholly depraved or squeaky-clean ones.
So the only thing surprising about the squeaky-clean family partaking in a musical episode is that it took nine seasons to do it.
squeaky-clean companies like Apple have watched their most sophisticated technologies become appropriated as sex toys.
Perfectly clean; white, sanitary, and untarnished • Sometimes used ironically to emphasize conventionality and unimaginativeness: this English band, made up of six squeaky-clean men in their early twenties/ one of the most squeaky-clean and buttoned-down of US corporations
[1972+; fr the squeaky sound produced by rubbing a finger across chinaware free of grease or dirt]