insalubrious


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insalubrious

 [in″sah-loo´bre-us]
injurious to health.

in·sa·lu·bri·ous

(in'să-lū'brē-ŭs),
Unwholesome; unhealthful; usually describes climate.
[L. in-salubris, unwholesome]

insalubrious

/in·sa·lu·bri·ous/ (in″sah-loo´bre-us) injurious to health.

insalubrious

injurious to health.
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He pointed to the insalubrious street as evidence of despair as we spoke one summer afternoon, worried that the sewage that constantly overflowed just outside the restaurant was discouraging customers.
I can only suppose that you are cramming your messages into it, presumably making the lid no longer fit cleanly even if you press down on it, which will let flies in to lay their eggs with a highly insalubrious effect.
Some 200,000 Syrian refugees have fled the conflict in their country for Turkey, many of them living in insalubrious camps.
To replace any old insalubrious habit, we must find a new one to shatter the routine and fill the natural vacuum.
Doctors, public officials, and health reformers battled the insalubrious odors of Paris's public spaces, while the private individual attended to the scent of home and body.
Nihilism, neuroscientists will undoubtedly discover, is insalubrious to one's musical health.
I could have never anticipated that my trip would end there, after a string of insalubrious shows in the Northeast, but the morning after our show in Boston, I awoke to discover what looked like a series of bug bites underneath my waistband and on the right side of my neck.
In the toxic atmosphere which results from such a disembowelling ethos, all sorts of insalubrious deeds cannot but thrive.
The vaguely insalubrious title of the first feature written by Jason Micallef and the second directed by Jim Field Smith (She's Out of My League) refers to the competitive pastime of butter sculpting that consumes the lives of a sufficient number of Iowans to have made it a statewide sport.
They will continue to deny the deduction of significant, documented gambling losses on the unarticulated grounds that gambling is insalubrious, unproductive and not to be encouraged as a matter of policy, except as a potentially-ruinous, highly regulated (barely legal) entertainment activity.