salutarily

salutary

[sal-yuh-ter-ee]
adjective
1.
favorable to or promoting health; healthful.
2.
promoting or conducive to some beneficial purpose; wholesome.

Origin:
1480–90; < Latin salūt(āris) (salūt- (stem of salūs) health + -āris -ar1) + -ary

salutarily [sal-yuh-ter-uh-lee, sal-yuh-tair-] , adverb
salutariness, noun
nonsalutarily, adverb
nonsalutarilyness, noun
nonsalutariness, noun
nonsalutary, adjective
unsalutary, adjective

salubrious, salutary (see synonym study at the current entry).


1. salubrious. See healthy.
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salutary (ˈsæljʊtərɪ, -trɪ)
 
adj
1.  promoting or intended to promote an improvement or beneficial effect: a salutary warning
2.  promoting or intended to promote health
 
[C15: from Latin salūtāris wholesome, from salūs safety]
 
'salutarily
 
adv
 
'salutariness
 
n

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salutary
1490, from M.Fr. salutaire "beneficial," from L. salutaris "healthful," from salus (gen. salutis) "good health" (see salute).
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salutary sal·u·tar·y (sāl'yə-těr'ē)
adj.
Favorable to health; wholesome.

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