Immediately following this passage in Vitruvius is his chapter on the "salubrity of sites" (I, iv).
For beauty of scenery and salubrity of climate it cannot be surpassed.
And with regard to the salubrity of the climate, the first settlers lived so long that they were absolutely tired of life.
Paganel's assertions as to the salubrity of this climate were verified.
The Island itself, though only seventy-six miles from the Equator, enjoys a delightful climate, and is remarkable for salubrity.
In physiology and hygine, the doctrine of the air, more especially with regard to its salubrity and action on organised beings.
In salubrity of climate Australia has a great superiority, not only over America, but over every other country.
I am almost recovered, and am finding my "salubrity at Home."
These are given in his thirteenth essay, on the salubrity of Warm Bathing.
I wish I could blow you a little of the salubrity of bonnie Scotland.
salubrious sa·lu·bri·ous (sə-lōō'brē-əs)
Conducive or favorable to health or well-being.