insalubrious


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in·sa·lu·bri·ous

 (ĭn′sə-lo͞o′brē-əs)
adj.
Not promoting health; unwholesome: an insalubrious environment.

in′sa·lu′bri·ous·ly adv.
in′sa·lu′bri·ty n.

insalubrious

(ˌɪnsəˈluːbrɪəs)
adj
not salubrious; unpleasant, unhealthy, or sordid
ˌinsaˈlubriously adv
insalubrity n

in•sa•lu•bri•ous

(ˌɪn səˈlu bri əs)

adj.
unfavorable to health; unwholesome.
[1630–40; < Latin insalūbris]
in`sa•lu′bri•ous•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.insalubrious - detrimental to healthinsalubrious - detrimental to health    
unwholesome - detrimental to physical or moral well-being; "unwholesome food"; "unwholesome habits like smoking"

insalubrious

adjective
Not sustaining or promoting health:
Translations

insalubrious

[ˌɪnsəˈluːbrɪəs] ADJ (frm) [conditions] → insalubre, malsano; [part of town] → deprimido

insalubrious

adjunzuträglich

insalubrious

[ˌɪnsəˈluːbrɪəs] adj (frm) → insalubre

in·sa·lu·bri·ous

a. insalubre; antihigiénico-a.
References in classic literature ?
If such superb white flowers as that could bloom in Catholic soil, the soil was not insalubrious.
He would have let the house, but could find no tenant, in consequence of its ineligible and insalubrious site.
Therefore Mahbub had avoided halting at the insalubrious city of Peshawur, and had come through without stop to Lahore, where, knowing his country-people, he anticipated curious developments.
As a matter of fact, anyone who has been following the consistent display of dictatorship tendencies in the Buhari-led administration would have predicted this insalubrious bill.
Given this insalubrious state of the river, questions are currently being asked about the sustainability of tourism in Varanasi.
Yes, there are shootings and stabbings among the youth, especially in the northern part of the borough, but the insalubrious ambience of yesteryear is a thing of the past.
6 billion people live in insalubrious housing conditions -- of whom 1 billion people live in slums and poor neighbourhoods.
5 m from the floor for all treatments and all evaluated times are within the range of noise emission tolerance established by the norm NR-15 (Brasil, 1978), of 85 dB for workers, demonstrating that there are no insalubrious conditions for the workers and that they can stay for longer periods under the conditions presented in the study.
Thompson asserts that this desire for freedom and human dignity drove enslaved persons to risk their lives in spite of limited physical ability, the possibility of recapture and punishment: "They responded to the inner call to freedom despite the many risks to life or limb, including not only harsh punishments if they were apprehended but also natural obstacles and insalubrious environments" (45).
59) Many facilities were alarmingly unhygienic, with insufficient water, showers, or baths, with customers not bathing before immersing, or proprietors not regularly emptying and cleaning their mikvah, all contributing to the insalubrious conditions.
If Enitan cannot fully articulate her objections, to a reader, the implications are clear: juju music means transgressive, insalubrious pleasures--an impropriety for a child or an old woman, and potentially disruptive of decorous Christian morals and obedient socio-political governance.
In Brazil, given the significant increase (575% between 1990 and 2014) in the number of prisoners (> 600,000), most of them from underprivileged communities with limited access to health and confined in insalubrious and overcrowded prisons, it is hardly surprising that, particularly their health is deplorable and that high prevalences are found of tuberculosis, HIV infection and mental disorders.