- From hygienic + -ally. (Wiktionary)
“It can, however, without prejudicing the objective, be restricted to those cases which constitute a danger to their acquaintances and so to patients with open tuberculosis in hygienically unfavourable conditions.”
“At this point he will begin to be born anew morally, emerging from the pure and essential chrysalis of the "hygienically" living man.”
“In the early 1940s some 100,000 Jews and Romanis died of engineered starvation and disease in the Warsaw Ghetto, another quarter of a million were transported to the death camps, and when the Ghetto rose up it was liquidated, the last 50,000 residents being either shot on the spot or sent to be murdered more hygienically in Treblinka.”
“For years to come, you will have the satisfaction of having helped children poop safely and hygienically.”
“At that temperature, hygienically processed meat of healthy animals spoils within a day, not to mention the meat of sick animals slaughtered in unhygienic conditions.”
“Everything else that comes out of your body, you get rid of as quickly and as hygienically as possible; this, you give to your baby?”
“We assume that the leaves were grown safely, picked hygienically, then broken up, washed, dried and bagged in a factory so meticulously clean that we don't even need to rinse them under the kitchen tap.”
“Down Under, I heard from addicts who, because they were taught how to effectively and hygienically administer the drug (in part through pamphlets virtually identical to New York's), are now living safer and healthier lives.”
“Unless your name is Donny, who seems to have no problems loving women who are hygienically challenged and menstrually evolved.”
“On the streets of Moscow one often sees vans filled with foodstuffs, very neat and hygienically impeccable.”
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