antihygienically

hygienic

[hahy-jee-en-ik, hahy-jen-, -jee-nik]
adjective
1.
conducive to good health; healthful; sanitary.
2.
of or pertaining to hygiene.
Also, hygienical.


Origin:
1825–35; hygiene + -ic

hygienically, adverb
antihygienic, adjective
antihygienically, adverb
nonhygienic, adjective
unhygienic, adjective
unhygienically, adverb


1. See sanitary.
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hygienic (haɪˈdʒiːnɪk)
 
adj
promoting health or cleanliness; sanitary
 
hy'gienically
 
adv

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hygienic hy·gi·en·ic (hī'jē-ěn'ĭk, hī-jěn'-, -jē'nĭk)
adj.

  1. Of or relating to hygiene.

  2. Tending to promote or preserve health.

  3. Sanitary.

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