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in·san·i·tar·y

(in-san'i-tār-ē),
Injurious to health, usually in reference to an unclean or contaminated environment.
Synonym(s): unsanitary
[L. in- neg. + sanus, sound]

in·san·i·tar·y

(in-san'i-tar-ē)
Injurious to health, usually in reference to an unclean or contaminated environment.
Synonym(s): unsanitary.
[L. in- neg. + sanus, sound]

insanitary

(ĭn-săn′ĭ-tăr-ē)
Not conducive to health; unhealthful, unhygienic.

insanitary

Unhygienic.
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Every local authority, railway authority and cantonment board shall be responsible for survey of insanitary latrines within its jurisdiction.
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