Origin of salubriousfrom Classical Latin salubris ( from salus, health: see safe) + -ous
George and Leslie are eating a more salubrious diet since they moved to the upper west coast of the United States.
Sunny and pleasant weather that makes you feel good is an example of weather that would be described as salubrious.
Origin of salubriousFrom Latin salūbris from salūs health ; see sol- in Indo-European roots.
- sa·lu′bri·ous·ness sa·lu′bri·ty
(comparative more salubrious, superlative most salubrious)
From Latin salus (“health")
- There were many salubrious eating establishments.
- I know a salubrious place which is pedestrian-only.
- The air of Allonby is highly salubrious and conducive to longevity, as the bills of mortality show.
- It was quite salubrious inside: bed platform, fire with hood, boxes for food.
- There was a salubrious air, at least compared with most of south London.