Idiom: Clean sheet
Meaning: When someone has a clean sheet, they have got no criminal record or problems affecting their reputation. In football and other sports, a goalkeeper has a clean sheet when let no goals in.Country: International English | Subject Area: Furniture and household fittings | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Keep your nose clean
- White as a sheet
- Clean slate
- Clean bill of health
- Come clean
- Clean as a whistle
- New brush sweeps clean
- Sing from the same hymn sheet
- Clean break
- Clean sweep
- Clean hands
- Show someone a clean pair of heels
- Squeaky clean
- Make a clean breast
- Clean your clock
- Wipe the slate clean
- New broom sweeps clean
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