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salutary

 [sal´u-tar″e]
healthful.

sal·u·tar·y

(sal'yū-tār'ē),
Healthful; wholesome.
[L. salutaris]

salutary

adjective A largely poetic (i.e., non-medical) term referring to a healthful effect: healthy, beneficial, wholesome.

salutary

Healthy, beneficial

sal·u·tar·y

(sal'yū-tar-ē)
Healthful; wholesome.
[L. salutaris]

salutary

healthful.
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