Other Words for Clean

Clean Adjective Synonyms: pure, undefiled, unsullied, unmixed, unadulterated, uncontaminated, unpolluted, uninfected, unspoiled or unspoilt, sanitary, disinfected, antiseptic, decontaminated, purified, sterile
Clean Adverb Synonyms: completely, entirely, thoroughly, fully, totally, wholly, altogether, quite, utterly, absolutely
Clean Verb Synonyms: cleanse, wash, lave, (take a) shower, sponge, mop, scrub, scour, sweep, dust, vacuum, polish, launder, dry-clean, hoover, tidy, neaten, do up, straighten up or out, unclutter, bath, bathe

Other Words for Clean Out

Clean Out Verb Synonyms: exhaust, deplete

Other Words for Clean Up

Clean Up Verb Synonyms: clean, cleanse, wash, (take a) shower, bath, take a bath, bathe, wash up

Other Words for Cleanse

Cleanse Verb Synonyms: clean, absterge, deterge, wash, scour, scrub

Other Words for Clear

Clear Adverb Synonyms: distinctly, clearly, starkly, perceptibly, discernibly, understandably, prominently
Clear Verb Synonyms: exonerate, absolve, acquit, excuse, forgive
Clear Synonyms: unencumbered, free, net
Clear Adjective Synonyms: unclouded, cloudless, sunny, fair, sunlit, fine

Other Words for Clear Out

Clear Out Verb Synonyms: remove, eliminate, take, cut away or down

Other Words for Clear Up

Clear Up Verb Synonyms: explain, elucidate, explicate, clarify, make plain or clear, disambiguate

Other Words for Clearance

Clearance Noun Synonyms: space, gap, hole, interval, separation, room, margin, leeway, allowance

Other Words for Clearly

Clearly Adverb Synonyms: evidently, apparently, manifestly, obviously, certainly, definitely, positively, unequivocally, unquestionably, incontestably, without doubt, undoubtedly, indubitably, demonstrably, absolutely, utterly
Clearly Noun Synonyms: distinctly, starkly, plainly

Other Words for Cleave

Cleave Adverb Synonyms: split, divide, cut, cut or chop or hew in two or asunder, bisect, halve, separate, slit, rive

Other Words for Clergyman

Clergyman Noun Synonyms: monk, friar, brother, monastic, religious
Clergyman Verb Synonyms: ecclesiastic, churchman, cleric, reverend, divine, man of the cloth, holy man, priest, minister, chaplain, father, rabbi, pastor, parson, rector, vicar, dean, canon, presbyter, prebendary or prebend, deacon, sexton, sacristan, guru

Other Words for Clerical

Clerical Noun Synonyms: ecclesiastical, churchly, pastoral, sacerdotal, priestly, hieratic, rabbinical, ministerial, monastic, apostolic, prelatic, papal, pontifical, episcopal, canonical
Clerical Adjective Synonyms: white-collar, office, professional, secretarial, stenographic, accounting, bookkeeping

Other Words for Clever

Clever Adjective Synonyms: skilled, talented, skilful, adroit, dexterous, gifted, agile, quick-witted, intelligent, perceptive, discerning, sharp, sharp-witted, adept, able, brainy

Other Words for Cliche

Cliche Adjective Synonyms: stereotype, bromide, trite saying, old saw or maxim, truism, platitude, commonplace, banality, chestnut

Other Words for Client

Client Noun Synonyms: customer, patron, shopper, patient

Other Words for Clientele

Clientele Noun Synonyms: clients, patrons, customers, custom, business, trade, patronage, following

Other Words for Cliff

Cliff Noun Synonyms: precipice, bluff, escarpment, scarp, crag, rock-face, cuesta, scar or scaur

Other Words for Climate

Climate Noun Synonyms: weather, clime

Other Words for Climax

Climax Noun Synonyms: culmination, height, acme, apex, summit, zenith, apogee, peak, high point, maximum, supreme moment

Other Words for Climb

Climb Verb Synonyms: creep, trail, twine, grow

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