Definition of salubrious in English:

salubrious

Syllabification: sa·lu·bri·ous
Pronunciation: /səˈlo͞obrēəs
 
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adjective

1Health-giving; healthy: salubrious weather
More example sentences
  • Set in the backdrop of sylvan surroundings and salubrious weather, the CED Catering College attracted visitors to the venue, with the aroma of different cuisines beckoning participants to have a go at the dishes.
  • With its salubrious weather, few would want to move out, especially to Bangalore, but for those on a business trip or others getting back home after a short vacation or some others who venture out just for the sake of it.
  • For Maduraites, the rain last week was timely indeed, bringing an interlude of salubrious weather condition.
Synonyms
healthy, health-giving, healthful, beneficial, wholesome
archaic salutary
1.1(Of a place) pleasant; not run-down.
More example sentences
  • I surveyed the old hospital and its many auxiliary buildings in salubrious places like Morningside.
  • Embarking on an exploratory tour from the cushioned safety of the Midland Hotel with his private secretary Edward Marsh, he soon found himself walking through one of the less salubrious areas of the city.
  • Utilising some of Merseyside's less salubrious areas as locations, Cox was determined to make a regional movie, employing a crew made up entirely of people based in the north west of England.
Synonyms
pleasant, agreeable, pleasing, enjoyable, pleasurable, nice, delightful; select, high-class, upscale, upmarket
informal posh, swanky, classy, swank
British informal cushty

Origin

mid 16th century: from Latin salubris (from salus 'health') + -ous.

Derivatives

salubriously

adverb
More example sentences
  • My sincerest wishes for a salubriously beneficial and gratifyingly pleasurable period between sunset and dawn.
  • Living salubriously means eating at least 3 healthy meals a day, falling asleep at the same time every day, and waking up without an alarm; getting at least 30 minutes of exercise (even walking) and being out and about at least 2 hours a day to get sun.
  • It is a salubriously green island state and is located at the tip of the Malay Peninsula.

salubriousness

noun
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  • Things slow a bit in the middle, but overall it's a darkly diverting amusement, perfect for anyone seeking temporary relief from the excessive sunshine, fresh air and general salubriousness of a Calgary summer.
  • The relation between wage level and salubriousness has already been proven in several sociomedical studies, in our country and elsewhere.
  • About fifteen years since, attracted by the salubriousness of the climate and the beauty of the country, a number of Northern farmers removed to Fairfax and Alexandria Counties with their families.

salubrity

noun
More example sentences
  • As a summer resort for tourists in search of health or pleasure, the year had not been a good one but the salubrity of the Ingleton air was evident in the decision of West Riding County Council to chose it as one of two sites for a sanatorium.
  • Chipman indicted Californians, and miners in particular, for failing to follow natural dictates, blaming human ‘ignorance, improvidence and wastefulness’ for deteriorating the ‘earth's general salubrity.’
  • The spectacular scenery of the West also earns an honorable mention from Limerick: The region's salubrity has attracted millions of migrants.

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