cleanness

[ kleen-nis ]
/ ˈklin nɪs /

noun

the state or quality of having clean or trim lines: the cleanness of the aircraft’s design.
the state or quality of being gracefully spare, or forceful and simple: the author’s cleanness of style and expression.
the quality or state of being clean and neat; cleanliness:the cleanness of the air.

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Origin of cleanness

First recorded in 1350–1400; Middle English clennesse, clennes, see origin at clean, -ness

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH cleanness

cleanliness, cleanness
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