Clen; (adj). : Thoroughly. With vigour and absoloute righteousness. With a pure absence of guilt.
1. The two heroes struck the evil wench in the stomach, clen.

2. We need to put that guy in a UFC-style double-armbar, so clen.
by *K. Bun* March 03, 2009
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A word related to the grammer concept of zhg (pronounced Zhig). It can be used to replace a word in a sentence, but cannot be used twice in the same sentence.
English: That red shirt is nice.

Clen used properly:
- That clen shirt is nice.
- That red clen is nice.
- That red shirt is clen.

Clen used improperly:
- That clen is clen.
(Note: Using clen twice will confuse readers.)
by Brrandon May 15, 2005
Meaning to have cleaned something

Short word for cleaned
I clen the kitchen today.
by Mirror12321 February 22, 2014
the back of the knee between the two "string bits" directly opposite the knee cap
i slipped and the umbrella impaled my clen, i stabbed him in the clen

the footballer looked up to an endless stream of opposing clen (plural)
by Peter Clifton September 25, 2008

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