What a difference six weeks, 1,400 miles, and a healthy dose of sunshine, beer, and BBQ make.
We know that conservative catches and healthy ecosystems maintain robust fish stocks.
That's something that no society in the world that is healthy, regardless of ideology, will accept.
It strengthens our culture, and helps to bring our diverse country together with a healthy dose of nationalism.
Meanwhile, he can spend the rest of his healthy years doing what he loves to do—run.
The tree is a strong, vigorous, and healthy grower, and an excellent bearer.
I say, don't you know that it's not healthy to go to sleep in the middle of the day?
Fomentations are chiefly employed to allay pain or irritation, or to promote suppuration or the healthy action of the parts.
Why had he not come to meet her during her healthy exercise of the past three days?
His appetite is good, his complexion as healthy as it was eleven years ago.
It is wrong to say that certain articles of food are healthy or unhealthy. Wholesome and unwholesome are the right words. A pig may be healthy or unhealthy while alive; but after he is killed and becomes pork, he can enjoy no health, and suffer no sickness. [Eliza Leslie, "Miss Leslie's Behaviour Book," Philadelphia, 1839]
healthy health·y (hěl'thē)
adj. health·i·er, health·i·est
Possessing good health.
Conducive to good health; healthful.
Indicative of sound, rational thinking or frame of mind.