- scrupulously clean.
- virtuous, wholesome, and above reproach: a squeaky-clean reputation.
Examples from the Web for squeaky-clean
Contemporary Examples of squeaky-clean
In Banks, Disney is portrayed as a squeaky-clean character, but was he, really?From ‘American Hustle’ to ‘Saving Mr. Banks,’ Why Is Hollywood Hooked On Embellishing the Truth?
Marina Watts, Marlow Stern
January 8, 2014
She won raves for her willingness to dirty up her squeaky-clean image.Jennifer Aniston’s New Movie Sucks. What’s She Doing Wrong?
August 7, 2013
Romney, with his picture-perfect family and squeaky-clean lifestyle, should be a terrific values crusader.Republicans and the Culture Wars: Why It Won't Work This Year
February 18, 2012
So the only thing surprising about the squeaky-clean family partaking in a musical episode is that it took nine seasons to do it.11 Legendary Musical TV Episodes
The Daily Beast
April 1, 2011
Girls stand to learn more from flawed pop princesses than from wholly depraved or squeaky-clean ones.Pop Tarts!
February 15, 2010
- (of hair) washed so clean that wet strands squeak when rubbed
- completely clean
- informal, derogatory (of a person) cultivating a virtuous and wholesome image