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salubrious (suh-LOO-bree-uhs) adjective
Promoting health or well-being; wholesome.
[From Latin salubris, from salus (health), ultimately from Indo-European root sol- (whole) which is also the source of words such as solid, soldier, salutary, salute, salvage, safe, sage, solicit, solemn, and consolidate.]
"What better way to beat the heat in the Capital, both climatic and
political - than head for the salubrious environs of a hill station!"
"Her most recent series of large paintings of hedges and garden paths
is done in energetic, loose brushstrokes daubed with salubrious colors."
This week's theme: Miscellaneous words
I thank Thee first because I was never robbed before; second, because although they took my purse they did not take my life; third, because although they took my all, it was not much; and fourth because it was I who was robbed, and not I who robbed. -Matthew Henry, minister (1662-1714)