adjective, clean·li·er, clean·li·est.
Origin of cleanly
Related Words for cleanlinessfreshness, purity, sanitation, neatness, tidiness, sterility, asepsis, disinfection
Examples from the Web for cleanliness
Contemporary Examples of cleanliness
As long as you exercise basic sanitation and cleanliness sort of protocols … I think the risk is relatively low.U.S. Soldiers Get Just Four Hours of Ebola Training
October 17, 2014
Here, he seasons salmon like a pro and dishes out lessons about the importance of cleanliness and seasoning.2 Chainz, Snoop Lion, and More Rappers in the Kitchen
August 12, 2013
If you want to suss out the cleanliness and hygiene level of any hotel, take a quick look behind furniture and drapes.Gordon Ramsay: 7 Hotel Horrors!
August 9, 2012
If a guard dog licks one of your dinner plates, for example, serious scrubbing is involved to restore its cleanliness.The Lighter Side of Islam
May 6, 2009
Historical Examples of cleanliness
Rags and tidiness, filth and cleanliness, lay almost touching.K
Mary Roberts Rinehart
Stables and neat-houses were the perfection of cleanliness and airiness.In the Heart of Vosges
They felt that they were bound to have rest and cleanliness.The Rock of Chickamauga
Joseph A. Altsheler
So nourishment, cleanliness, and ventilation are the main remedies.The Uncommercial Traveller
There was no luxury, no artistic feature, no cleanliness even.The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete
adjective (ˈklɛnlɪ) -lier or -liest
Old English clænlic "morally pure, innocent," from clæne (see clean (adj.)). Of persons, "habitually clean," from c.1500.