Wednesday Word: Salubrious

Salubrious

adjective sa·lu·bri·ous \sə-ˈlü-brē-əs\

Origin of SALUBRIOUS

Latin salubris; akin to salvus safe, healthy
 
First Known Use: 1547


While this word may look a little fancy and off-putting, it is really just a fancy way of saying that something is good for you.

Exercise of the mind and body are salubrious.

Often people with tuberculosis moved to a more salubrious climate.

See? Now YOU try!

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