Definition of Insalubriousness
1. Noun. The quality of being insalubrious and debilitating.
Generic synonyms: Unhealthfulness
Derivative terms: Insalubrious, Insalubrious
Antonyms: Salubriousness, Salubrity
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Literary usage of Insalubriousness
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Columbian Magazine edited by John Inman, Robert A. West, Stephen M. Chester, Darius Mead (1846)
"The hanging moss, beautiful as it is, that grows so luxuriantly in the moist lands, is a certain token of the insalubriousness of the climate. ..."
2. The African Repository by American Colonization Society (1853)
"But that did not arise from the essential insalubriousness of the climate, but from the uncleared state of the country, and the unavoidable exposure of the ..."
3. The Methodist Review (1832)
"The place fixed upon for a settlement was unhealthy, and many of the colonists soon fell victims to the insalubriousness of the climate. ..."
4. The British and Foreign Medical Review: Or Quarterly Journal of Practical (1844)
"... very considerable attention, and numerous efforts were made to devise some plan by which the insalubriousness of their occupation might be lessened. ..."
5. The Church at Home and Abroad by Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A., Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A, General Assembly (1890)
"Hipólito Quesada, who for fifteen years had bravely stood at his post in spite of the insalubriousness of the climate and various epidemics of yellow fever, ..."
6. The Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, and Treatment of Cancer by Walter Hayle Walshe (1844)
"... propagated or increased in severity by the insalubriousness of large towns, is necessarily less in rural districts than in cities, the proportion of ..."
7. A Compendium of Molesworth's Marathi and English Dictionary by James Thomas Molesworth, Baba Padmanji (1863)
"2 Coldness (as hi drugs, articles of food, &c.) The implication in both the above senses is of insalubriousness or ..."