Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • As regards health or its preservation.

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  • adverb In a sanitary way.

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Examples

  • The thought of sleighing cheered him for a moment, until, now on the outskirts of the village, he was sanitarily perturbed by the adjacency of dwelling houses and barns.

    THE PRODIGAL FATHER

  • It was inconceivable to the sanitarily minded Victorian that you should not render your bed and body linens germ-free by boiling or that you should not do everything in your power to render them snowy white.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • It was inconceivable to the sanitarily minded Victorian that you should not render your bed and body linens germ-free by boiling or that you should not do everything in your power to render them snowy white.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • It was inconceivable to the sanitarily minded Victorian that you should not render your bed and body linens germ-free by boiling or that you should not do everything in your power to render them snowy white.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • It was inconceivable to the sanitarily minded Victorian that you should not render your bed and body linens germ-free by boiling or that you should not do everything in your power to render them snowy white.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Dale went into the bathroom, ran some tap water into one of the little plastic glasses — sanitarily wrapped for his protection — and came back and sat on the small couch and thought about it.

    A Winter Haunting

  • Of course litter also performs a very useful function sanitarily, inasmuch as it serves to keep the stall or byre fresher and cleaner, and more free from noxious gases, which it absorbs, than would otherwise be the case.

    Manures and the principles of manuring

  • It would be so simple in place of continuing the ancient ways, whose inconveniences are so well demonstrated in the large model of an unhealthy house exhibited in the pavilion of the city of Paris, to adopt all the new systems of sanitation which, on their part, are shown in application in the model of a sanitarily perfect house which has been placed opposite to it.

    The American Architect and Building News, Vol. 27, No. 733, January 11, 1890

  • I walked through its weary miles (barring the tuberculosis wards) and I never saw a hospital look more sanitarily span.

    The Living Present

  • The thought of sleighing cheered him for a moment, until, now on the outskirts of the village, he was sanitarily perturbed by the adjacency of dwelling houses and barns.

    The Turtles of Tasman

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