When the bishop and most of his missionaries died, Livingstone reviled them for not taking “hygienic” precautions.
The trust also supports a pharmacy, quarters for doctors, and a hygienic facility for childbirth.
Board shorts are banned in French public pools for “hygienic reasons.”
The Allegra, which is about a third of the size of the Concordia, still has no power and hygienic conditions are worsening.
He even rolled up his sleeve for a jab to show how safe and hygienic the whole thing was.
One must have a profound respect for the education that proposes to give us clean cities and hygienic homes.
Poets have exalted it, and in these hygienic days doctors have condemned it.
The hygienic surroundings should be made as sanitary as possible.
It may be hygienic, and it may be hot, but it does not seem to do me any good.
The chief use of clothing, from a hygienic point of view, is to assist in keeping the body at a uniform temperature.
hygienic hy·gi·en·ic (hī'jē-ěn'ĭk, hī-jěn'-, -jē'nĭk)
Of or relating to hygiene.
Tending to promote or preserve health.