Definition of 'cleanliness'
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Doctors say improved cleanliness has lowered people's natural resistance to bacteria and dust that cause common allergies. The Sun (2016)Any moments of slightly dodgy personal cleanliness. The Sun (2011)We need to support cleanliness and hygiene. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This survey shows that basic cleanliness and hygiene issues are being ignored by hotel staff. The Sun (2014)Her teachers also raised concerns over low standards of cleanliness and hygiene. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He also spelled out details of powers to be given to the new healthcare regulator to improve hospital cleanliness. Times, Sunday Times (2007) Personal health and cleanliness were deplorable. Christianity Today (2000)And 60 per cent put hygiene and cleanliness at average or not good. The Sun (2007)The area has consistently won awards for the quality, safety and cleanliness of its sands and sea. The Sun (2009)Sadly this is not the case as bacteria are always changing and it is still therefore very important to maintain good standards of hygiene and cleanliness. The Residue Report - an action plan for safer food (1988)Nearly half of all hospital kitchens and canteens in England could be failing to meet basic standards of cleanliness and hygiene, according to official inspection reports. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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British English: cleanliness NOUN
Cleanliness is the degree to which people keep themselves and their surroundings clean.
Many beaches fail to meet minimum standards of cleanliness.
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