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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]

unsanitary

(ŭn-săn′ĭ-tĕr′ē)
adj.
Not sanitary.

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]
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Unsanitary methods were prohibited due to propagation of flies.
The psychological condition known as compulsive hoarding disorder is closely related to obsessive-compulsive disorder, and it causes sufferers to collect increasingly large numbers of items, frequently in incredibly unsanitary conditions.
The inspector said unsanitary conditions contributed to the problem of pests.
WATER bottled under unsanitary conditions has been withdrawn from public sale.
Interior Minister Roberto Maroni told parliament this week the move was needed to fight crime and identify illegal immigrants for expulsion, but also to improve the lives of those legally living in the makeshift, often unsanitary camps.
The workers were forced to live in unsanitary conditions, including no provision for safe drinking water and no toilets.
They were filthy and the lack of ventilation and fresh air within these foul toilets made them very unsanitary.
It had medicinal purposes and was a safe alternative to unsanitary water.
Bird-Proof bird repellent provides a long-term barrier to birds, allowing property managers to eliminate the presence of unsanitary birds and keep bird droppings off their properties.
Don't use your fishing knife to cut cloth for a bandage; it is unsanitary and gross.
Upton Sinclair's The Jungle revealed unsanitary conditions in restaurants.
In an era when hospitals were filthy, dark, and unsanitary, Florence Nightingale ushered about a revolution in British military medical care.