from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Salubrity.
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- noun the quality of being salubrious and invigorating
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Be concerned about the world´s safety: Taleb has a long track record of voicing warnings as to the dangers to the system (and thus all of us) posed by entrenchedly accepted practices and ideas; wordly developments such as the recent crisis highlight how on-target such counsel was; many people now understand that unlike those who self-servingly continue to defend failed and lethal dogmas, Taleb´s message puts a premium on social stability and salubriousness
The Sulzbergers of The New York Times, along with the Grahams of The Washington Post and, until recently, the Bancrofts of The Wall Street Journal, have been among the most peaceable, stalwart, and worthy newspaper families of the ages, marrying the salubriousness of wealth and prestige with the virtues of enlightened ownership.
The War on the Times Wolff, Michael 2008
As Jean writes about the salubriousness of weeding, she remembers:
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ICA, is a franchise, but, unlike ICA, has no branches being run by part of the Svensson family and cannot command our loyalty by any means other than the excellence of its service, the salubriousness of its surroundings, and the fact that it has a little room full of Lego where you can abandon your children while you buy meatballs, Ryvita and pickles.
January 19th, 2004 ailbhe 2004
The news of the colonization of Virginia, the success of the adventurous emigrants in maintaining their settlement, and the fertility, beauty, and salubriousness of the continent, soon inspired other enterprises of
The Nation in a Nutshell George Makepeace Towle
-- A certain salubriousness was to-day manifest in the air, indicative of the passing of winter and the on-coming of spring.
Fibble, D.D. Tony Sarg 1910
She had gradually come to see herself as a custodian of the moral law in this quarter, a tribunal of justice which, while upholding the salubriousness of punition, yet strives to keep as large and generous as it can.
V. V.'s Eyes Henry Sydnor Harrison 1905
NOTE: This portion of New Holland appears to owe its salubriousness: --
The Life of Captain Matthew Flinders Ernest Scott 1903
We were a week or more in Bahia, enjoying all the hospitalities of its citizens and the salubriousness of its climate.
There is a sort of fine salubriousness in it which makes one, on the whole, like him the more.
Essays on Scandinavian Literature Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen 1871