Cuba was free, but she must not wallow near our shores in an unhygienic state, or borrow money without our consent.
The time had been when she would at once have denounced the room as overcrowded and unhygienic.
And Dorothy could well afford it, if one might judge of her fortune from her unhygienic but expensive dresses.
Diphtheria is not directly caused by unhygienic surroundings.
I have not been able to find in the studies of the physiologists that its retention is abnormal or unhygienic.
You—you don't think it will be unhygienic for him to sleep with me?
In short, an unhygienic life, for the sake of economy, is “penny-wise and pound-foolish.”
It is not ideal if it is unethical, unhygienic, or unæsthetic.
One morning, for all he knows, it may come from a model dairy farm, and the next from the most unhygienic surroundings imaginable.
These unsanitary and unhygienic conditions have dwarfed the tropical dwellers in body and in mind.
hygienic hy·gi·en·ic (hī'jē-ěn'ĭk, hī-jěn'-, -jē'nĭk)
Of or relating to hygiene.
Tending to promote or preserve health.