Clear stuff

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boards, planks, etc., free from knots.
See under Clear.

See also: Clear, Stuff

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The former spa town, which once attracted thousands of visitors including Robert Louis Stevenson and Charles Dickens because of its therapeutic clear stuff, has more than 10 pubs and restaurants on the main street.
"They come out and clear stuff up, and then the next day somebody leaves a sofa on the pavement.
There was still some clear stuff for us to go to, and probably our vision was a bit narrow.
Summary: Death, job loss, divorce among many crises that prompt calls to clear stuff from UAE homes
Once the gunk has settled to the bottom, he siphons the clear stuff off and filters it several times before using it in the burner.
But when a reporter went there during the day on Wednesday and ordered a pint of the clear stuff it did not appear on the receipt.
Dr Daniel Hall-Flavin advises a glass of water before bed-time, as well as matching every beer or wine with a glass of the clear stuff during your night to replace the fluid you lose during those regular toilet trips.
Remembering back to when I was knee high to a grasshopper, we just laid on our bellies and sucked the cool, clear stuff from the nearest stream.
Clear stuff indeed, as the deputy chief of staff of an organisation that caused bloodshed and wrought havoc in the Greek Cypriot community, would have us believe.
If we don't clear stuff out, the lump gets bigger and bigger, until potentially it takes over our space and our lives.
Remember that period during the 1990s when clear stuff was in?