Clean and Dirty Idiomsabceda

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CLEAN and DIRTY

1. Joe has never bothered too much about being meticulous, but he'll definitely have to clean up his in his new job! (3 letters)
2. Our neighbour complimented my wife on her attractive dress. When I replied that my wife had bought it in a charity shop, my wife gave me a very dirty . I can't think why. (4)
3. The boss found a discrepancy in the accounts and questioned his secretary. She accepted responsibility and made a clean of it. (5)
4. When he was ill in hospital, Pete the dirty on John - he had a fling with John's wife! (3)
5. John decided to separate from his wife. He simply walked out of her life, believing it better to make a clean , rather than prolong the unhappy relationship. (5)
6. Something I hate is to see my neighbour and his wife shouting at each other in the street and washing their dirty in public! (5)
7. Liverpool won the Championship, the UEFA Cup and the Premier League! It was a clean of all the important titles! (5)
8. No, you'll have to steal the documents yourself. I'm not going to do your dirty for you! (4)
9. The police tried hard to find evidence of a crime when they investigated him, but found not a trace of any wrongdoing. He came out -clean. (7)
10. You've been to Amsterdam, Pete. Went Friday, back Monday! Red Light District, eh? You obviously went for a dirty ! (7)
11. He ran so fast in the race that he showed all the other runners a clean pair of ! (5)
12. Ringo Falconi, the infamous Italian footballer, always dirty. That's why he's always getting red cards and being sent off. (5)
13. He served a 5-year prison sentence for his crime, and now he feels he's wiped the clean. (5)
14. I spent very little on this second-hand car, In fact, it was cheap! (4)



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