Difference between revisions of "Cleanliness"

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[[Image:Weguelin The Bath.JPG|thumb|[[John Reinhard Weguelin]] (1849-1927), ''The Bath''.]]
'''Cleanliness''' is diligence in keeping one's [[body]] as well as objects and places in one's responsibility clean. It both applies to keeping something from becoming dirty, and to active cleaning or washing whenever something has become dirty.
 
'''Cleanliness''' is diligence in keeping one's [[body]] as well as objects and places in one's responsibility clean. It both applies to keeping something from becoming dirty, and to active cleaning or [[washing]] whenever something has become dirty.
 
'''Uncleanliness''' is the opposite of cleanliness, usually considered a bad and undesirable trait. [[Child]]ren are usually taught cleanliness in various aspects of life, and may get [[scolding|reproved]] and/or [[punishment|punished]] for uncleanliness (for example, for soiling their nice new clothes).
* [[Scrubbing]]
* [[Inspection]]
* [[Bath]]
{{Wikipedia|Cleanliness}}