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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishuncleanun‧clean /ˌʌnˈkliːn◂/ adjective  1 biblicalR morally or spiritually bad an unclean spirit2 RRunclean food, animals etc are those that a particular religion says must not be eaten, touched etc3 dirty unclean drinking wateruncleanness noun [uncountable]
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uncleanAlthough this godsend might do palpable good for needy individuals and worthy institutions, I feel that it is still somehow unclean.And she was usually asked to wash the dead - a task which, like delivering babies, was considered unclean.The next chapter is concerned with further provisions for the cleansing and restoration of those who find themselves ritually unclean.Who would separate the clean from the unclean?Their terrific performances leave you feeling unclean and sober.unclean eating utensils
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