Definition of Salubrious

1. Adjective. Promoting health; healthful. "Carrots are good for you"

Exact synonyms: Good For You, Healthy
Similar to: Wholesome
Derivative terms: Salubriousness, Salubrity



2. Adjective. Favorable to health of mind or body. "One of the less salubrious suburbs"
Similar to: Wholesome
Derivative terms: Salubrity

Definition of Salubrious

1. a. Favorable to health; healthful; promoting health; as, salubrious air, water, or climate.

Definition of Salubrious

1. Adjective. Promoting health or well-being; wholesome. Especially related to air. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Salubrious

1. [adj]

Medical Definition of Salubrious

1. Healthful, usually in reference to climate. Origin: L. Salubris, healthy, fr. Salus, health (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Salubrious

saltuses
saltweed
saltweeds
saltwork
saltworks
saltwort
saltwort family
saltworts
salty
salty waters
salubrinal
salubrious (current term)
salubriously
salubriousness
salubrities
salubrity
salue
salued
salues
salugi
saluing
salukis
salume
salumi
saluresis
saluretic

Literary usage of Salubrious

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1850)
"... with a view of relieving by this agreeable epistle, to abate and salubrious, and tend to evacuate the will be a source of delightful reflec- croaker. ..."

2. English Trees and Tree-planting by William H. Ablett (1880)
"OF late years the salubrious influence of Trees upon the atmosphere has awakened a great deal of public attention, and the subject has come very prominently ..."

3. Nollekens and His Times: Comprehending Life of that Celebrated Sculptor and by John Thomas Smith (1829)
"salubrious air of Hampstead, and Artists residing there.—Manoeuvres of Mrs. Nollekens in dress, &c. ONE day, when some friends were expected to dine with ..."

4. Nollekens and his times: A Life of that Celebrated Sculptor and Memoirs of by John Thomas Smith (1829)
"—The Sculptor and the Snow model in Oxford-market— Mr. White of Fleet-street.—Mrs. Nollekens and the Modeller in butter.—salubrious air of Hampstead, ..."

5. Curious Questions in History, Literature, Art, and Social Life: Designed as by Sarah Hutchins Killikelly (1886)
"... is one of the most picturesque and salubrious localities in the world, and must before long be opened to Western civilization and development. ll. ..."

6. The Light of Nature Pursued by Abraham Tucker, Henry Paulet St. John Mildmay (1831)
"So he changes or disguises his potions, not with intention to deceive, but to render them innocent and salubrious. For he studies to make the good he does ..."

7. Travels in America Performed in 1806: For the Purpose of Exploring the by Thomas Ashe (1808)
"New Orleans—particulars of this important city, and its environs—New Madrid, an intended city on an excellent and salubrious situation. New Orleans, Lat 30, ..."

8. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1850)
"... with a view of relieving by this agreeable epistle, to abate and salubrious, and tend to evacuate the will be a source of delightful reflec- croaker. ..."

9. English Trees and Tree-planting by William H. Ablett (1880)
"OF late years the salubrious influence of Trees upon the atmosphere has awakened a great deal of public attention, and the subject has come very prominently ..."

10. Nollekens and His Times: Comprehending Life of that Celebrated Sculptor and by John Thomas Smith (1829)
"salubrious air of Hampstead, and Artists residing there.—Manoeuvres of Mrs. Nollekens in dress, &c. ONE day, when some friends were expected to dine with ..."

11. Nollekens and his times: A Life of that Celebrated Sculptor and Memoirs of by John Thomas Smith (1829)
"—The Sculptor and the Snow model in Oxford-market— Mr. White of Fleet-street.—Mrs. Nollekens and the Modeller in butter.—salubrious air of Hampstead, ..."

12. Curious Questions in History, Literature, Art, and Social Life: Designed as by Sarah Hutchins Killikelly (1886)
"... is one of the most picturesque and salubrious localities in the world, and must before long be opened to Western civilization and development. ll. ..."

13. The Light of Nature Pursued by Abraham Tucker, Henry Paulet St. John Mildmay (1831)
"So he changes or disguises his potions, not with intention to deceive, but to render them innocent and salubrious. For he studies to make the good he does ..."

14. Travels in America Performed in 1806: For the Purpose of Exploring the by Thomas Ashe (1808)
"New Orleans—particulars of this important city, and its environs—New Madrid, an intended city on an excellent and salubrious situation. New Orleans, Lat 30, ..."

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