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  • adv. In a salubrious manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a salubrious manner; so as to promote health.


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  • Rachel nods slowly, soberly, salubriously, trying to put her ill mind at ease with what Zev just told her.

    The Hattercap and the Comic Book Artist

  • Twisting our heads in the direction of panic-inducing puffed-up pseudo pandemics and away from the relative humdrum which defines our occasional civic duty is television's specialty and could severely impact the effectiveness of any public trial which would rightly and salubriously expose the architects of America's downfall for all to see.

    Steven Weber: Seen But Not Heard

  • I'm told it will be salubriously 11 degrees today, but it's 10.30 am and only 2.5, so I have my doubts.

    Even in a little thing

  • We decide on a book, buy, loan or steal the book or pick it off our salubriously furnished bookshelves and re-read it, set a date for a couple or few weeks hence, put the date in our little iCals or Moleskine diaries, and get together and jive about the book on the proposed date.

    Clusterflock Book Club | clusterflock

  • The attitude that words may be discarded -- indeed, that words have caducity at all -- is not salubriously abstergent, but reflects an agrestic nisus that all cultivated English speakers must eschew.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • In the West, Solzhenitsyn's work proved salubriously jolting at a time when so many were inclined toward accommodation with communism.

    The Life of Alexander Solzhenitsyn

  • Yet the grace to which the unbaptized can respond so salubriously is only offered to people through said Mystical Body, which is precisely why she is the "ordinary" sign and instrument of salvation.

    The tightrope of evangelism

  • Mr. THOMPSON: In my salubriously appointed home studio, which is -- I think it's 8-by-7.

    The Ballads of Richard Thompson

  • But I overheard his parting exclamation, audible immediately prior to his vehiculation beyond the limits of visibility: "Ecstatic Yuletide to the planetary constituency, and to that self same assemblage, my sincerest wishes for a salubriously beneficial and gratifyingly pleasurable period between sunset and dawn."

    vampishone Diary Entry

  • In any event, Andr É, for all his restrained and reflective Renaissance mien, seems to have endured his imprisonment salubriously.

    Half Asleep in Frog Pajamas


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