clean (adv.) Old form(s): cleane
totally, absolutely, utterly
Cor III.i.302.2[Sicinius to Brutus, of Menenius' argument] This is clean kam
Cym III.vi.20[Innogen alone] famine, / Ere clean it o'erthrow Nature
H8 I.iii.29[Lovell to Lord Chamberlain, of French-influenced Englishmen] renouncing clean / The faith they have in tennis and tall stockings
JC I.iii.35[Cicero to Casca] men may construe things after their fashion, / Clean from the purpose of the things themselves
R2 III.i.10[Bolingbroke to Bushy and Green, of King Richard] A happy gentleman in blood and lineaments, / By you unhappied and disfigured clean
Sonn.75.10[] And by and by clean starved for a look
Tit I.i.132[Lucius to all, of Alarbus] Let's hew his limbs till they be clean consumed
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