Clean

Definitions: (1) pure and flawless; clear of imperfection or defect; (2) shapely; well-proportioned; clean-limbed; lithe; (3) not awkward, clumsy, or bungling; dexterous; adroit; deft; skillful; (4) without limitation or modifying quality; entire; complete; thorough; (5) free from moral corruption, guilt, or blame; innocent; clean‑minded

Synonyms:  kempt, purified, sinless, spotless, untarnished

Saying: Cleanliness is, indeed, next to Godliness. — John Wesley (1703-1791) English theologian

Quotes:
• I will not let anyone walk through my mind with their dirty feet. — Mahatma Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (1869-1948) Indian lawyer and peacemaker
• It is to the mind of perfect poise, housed in a body of clean habits, stabilized neural energies, and balanced chemical function—when the physical, mental, and spiritual powers are in triune harmony of development—that a maximum of light and truth can be imparted with a minimum of temporal danger or risk to the real welfare of such a being. (140:6.4) — The Urantia Book {1955}

(CLEAN-CUT)
Definitions: (1) appealing in a natural way; fresh and elegant; (2) sharply defined; clear; (3) well-made; well-formed; (4) pleasing in appearance; trim; neat; wholesome

Compatible Quality: nice