Etymology
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cleanliness (n.)

"state of being free from dirth or filth; habit of keeping clean," early 15c., from cleanly + -ness.

Cleanliness is indeed next to godliness. [John Wesley, Sermon "On Dress," c. 1791]

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Definitions of cleanliness

cleanliness (n.)
the habit of keeping free of superficial imperfections;
cleanliness (n.)
diligence in keeping clean;
From wordnet.princeton.edu