clean skin
 n.— «They use public transport, not Ferraris, pay their rent and council tax on time, hold down a boring job and never get in trouble with the law. These are the “clean skins” or “lilywhites”—the new drugs traffickers who dwarf the activities of the old English crime “families.”» —“Menace of ‘clean-skin’ drug dealers” by John Sweeney Observer (U.K.) July 9, 2000. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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