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Below you will find the definition of salubrious, followed by 41 sample sentences (from real sources), gradually increasing in length.
(adjective) - favorable to health of mind or body
EXAMPLES - Salubrious in a Sentence
- Still, the Legislature's vote had some salubrious effect. (source)
- "salubrious" rhyme in the Mary Jane Hot-Cha.deadsongs. vue.220 (source)
- But optimism turns out to be less than salubrious when it comes to public health. (source)
- But by then they will be licking their wounds on some salubrious Caribbean island. (source)
- It's not a particularly salubrious setting for Birmingham's first community market. (source)
- Jopling, now 48, set up his first gallery in London in 1993 in salubrious St James's. (source)
- If it doesn't, is it all that useful to educate men or women about its salubrious effects? (source)
- Two weeks ago, Neil Cavuto and John Stossel discussed the salubrious nature of a downgrade. (source)
- If the project were titled a salubrious version of "Ongoing Portrait of the North American Male"? (source)
- Strange as it may be to us today, Milk Punch was once thought to be the most salubrious of tonics. (source)
- Be at peace; he shall join them in my most salubrious cell, from which even the lizards cannot escape. (source)
- How can we orchestrate salubrious interactions between the continuum of non-physical mind and physical body? (source)
- The Bog-Fog can be the name we use for that same drink, but with the salubrious addition of fresh lime juice. (source)
- Airlines contend that, thanks to filtration systems, the recirculated air is as sanitary and salubrious as before. (source)
- Amanda Burden and Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg live on the same salubrious stretch of 79th Street, bound by Madison and Fifth Avenues. (source)
- We aren't likely to see journal articles flowing from Pepsi Scholars documenting the salubrious properties of high-fructose corn syrup. (source)
- If people followed this advice, then it would have the salubrious effect of more competition, and thus presumably lower pay, for finance jobs. (source)
- Despite the seemingly salubrious effect of today's Fed move, it seems that traders are always looking for a bit more where rate-cutting is concerned. (source)
- Struggling to make changes that will attract the young and other readers with short attention spans has everywhere failed to bring salubrious results. (source)
- Gen. Washington not only urged that the troops of the Continental Army be provided with a salubrious daily ration of alcohol but insisted that it be rum. (source)
- This time, they've swapped their usual rough-and-ready habitat under the arches for the relatively salubrious surroundings of Elephant & Castle's Coronet. (source)
- Pleasant grounds, genteel accommodation, salubrious out-look, company's own water no doubt, to suit overworked military man in need of rest and recreation. (source)
- Doing something exactly the same way time after time is comforting and reassuring, as every bureaucrat knows, but that doesn't make it benign or salubrious. (source)
- When the Land Commissioners contemplated this "salubrious" region, their hearts must have melted with generosity, for whereas in our own healthy part of South (source)
- Patients flocked to him from all over Great Britain and abroad, certain that their lives would be more salubrious and fulfilling without their large intestine. (source)
- He is also hoping that taking the oath of office under his full name, Barack Hussein Obama, will have a salubrious impact on the Islamic world's perception of America. (source)
- Yet, the elements of market competition that still manage to survive have had the salubrious effect of driving medical innovation and improving patient health outcomes. (source)
- I must use the good word "salubrious" ... there is nothing like putting in a word for one's own home district ... that it drew all the addicts of the country to Vancouver. (source)
- The salubrious air and scenic views of the Himalayas accompanied by the structures made during the colonial era creates an aura which is very different from other hill stations. (source)
- For some it's in the back of a Fiat Panda, for others it's somewhere even less salubrious, but losing our virginity is an event that does occur eventually for the majority of us. (source)
- Happy Birthday Mr Amis, you remain one of the more salubrious enemas for the seriously miserable bunch (Guardianistas etc) who insist on farting in blank verse, and in public too. logdon (source)
- It's worth noting that Viagra's salubrious effect on men was discovered by accident: When that drug was being tested as a treatment for angina, men in the study reported getting better erections when they took the pill. (source)
- Best-selling novelist Barbara Taylor Bradford and her producer husband Robert Bradford, have their rooms with a salubrious view, as do a select group of carefully vetted bankers, brokers, lawyers and European aristocrats. (source)
- As Nick Faldo, now CBS 'lead golf analyst, said in 1995 at Palmer's last British Open: If there had been no Arnold Palmer in 1960, (this) might have been a little shed on the beach instead of these salubrious surroundings. (source)
- Equally groundbreaking were Obama's conciliatory overtures toward Muslim countries, including the recalcitrant Iran, which will have a salubrious impact in the psychological context of the conflict between Islam and the West. (source)
- I am spending unhurried time with Marines I met initially under tense, dangerous, less salubrious circumstances - on missions and patrols or back at grotty "firm bases" in the middle of Hit, a beleaguered town a few dozen kilometers to the east. (source)
- Nutrition was one area, for example, where he might have done some immediately salubrious work, but, alas, there were few diets on Earth so perfect for rusting out the machinery as the starch-and-sugar blizzard, the fatty acid monsoon of prison fare. (source)
- Their grousing is offset in part by a salubrious effect on the larger economy: It's better for capital-short banks to raise money from investors than to sell assets and cut back on lending -- thereby spreading the credit crunch from Wall Street to Main Street. (source)
- He offered his songwriting services to the nascent Gay Pride and wrote an anthem for the 1976 parade, the bitterly sardonic Glad to Be Gay, which contrasted the cloistered world of upmarket West End gay clubs with the brutal police crackdown on the less salubrious Earl's Court scene. (source)
- Pimentel (decribed astutely in Verdades de Miguel recently as Izarra's "bag-man") helped form what was to become a Tom & Jerry team, variously focused on the deputy minister's inabilities and incompetencies at MinCI HQ while Andres occupied more salubrious quarters at the Miraflores Palace in close proximity to his father, William Izarra's student of political sciences, President Hugo Chavez Frias. (source)
- And while we support some legal medical use of cannabis such as allowed since 1996 in California, we note that a decriminalization approach would have the salubrious effect of lessening or even eliminating the need for physicians to serve in the oft-uncomfortable "middle man" role of "gatekeeper" for medical use of cannabis - and also allow for more rigorous regulation of questionable practices at "cannabis dispensaries." (source)
The average Flesch reading-ease score of the 41 example sentences provided below is 48.0, which suggests that "salubrious" is a difficult word that tends to be used by individuals of higher education, and is likely found in more advanced literature or in academia.
We have 9 synonyms for salubrious.
beneficial, good, healthful, healthy, hygienic, invigorating, salutary, sanitary, wholesome
We have 3 antonyms for salubrious.
insalubrious, unhealthy, unwholesome
PRONUNCIATION & SYLLABIFICATION
View up to 25 definitions of salubrious from 5 different sources, as well as parts of speech.
from The American Heritage© Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- (adjective) Conducive or favorable to health or well-being.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- (adjective) Promoting health or well-being; wholesome. Especially related to air.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- (adjective) Favorable to health; healthful; promoting health.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- (None) Favorable to health; promoting health; wholesome: as, salubrious air.
- (None) Synonyms Wholesome, etc. See healthy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- (adjective) favorable to health of mind or body
- (adjective) promoting health; healthful