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EtymologyEdit

From Latin salūber, from salūs (health)

PronunciationEdit

  • enPR: sə-lo͞o'brē-əs, IPA(key): /səˈluː.bɹiː.əs/
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salubrious (comparative more salubrious, superlative most salubrious)

  1. Promoting health or well-being; wholesome, especially as related to air.
    • 2001, Francis Forster, Cockles and Mussels, iUniverse →ISBN, page 133
      Ireland has a mild, genial and salubrious climate, I remember from my geography lessons. Salubrious, my foot! Unless you take salubrious to mean a regular downpour the whole year round, with, in between, a penetrating dampness that'd  ...

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