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salubrious

 [sah-loo´bre-us]
conducive to health; wholesome.
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sa·lu·bri·ous

(să-lū'brē-ŭs),
Healthful, usually in reference to climate.
[L. salubris, healthy, fr. salus, health]
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sa·lu·bri·ous

(să-lū'brē-ŭs)
Healthful, usually in reference to climate.
[L. salubris, healthy, fr. salus, health]
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The terms simply have no great metaphorical difference and he fails to distinguish between the salubriousness of extension and the pathology and distension.
As the ceremony is known to have taken place in an ungerground and crowded chamber, rumbling abdominal and gaseous emissions would hardly have been conducive to the salubriousness of the atmosphere and the solemnity of the occasion.
1815), in which he ascribes the success of the colonists to their "industry and diligent pains" and to "the salubriousness of the air in this country" as much as to "God's benevolence." His Narrative was reprinted in S.G.