The camp now is now an unsanitary eyesore, strewn with garbage, drug paraphernalia, and rats looking for leftovers.
The majority of the early cases were traced back to unsanitary needles.
And many parents prefer not to bring small children to the gloomy and often unsanitary hotels near the colonies.
For the past decade or so, curly hair has somehow signified insanity, or worse yet, implied that you were unsanitary.
Can any one doubt that this is due to the unsanitary conditions under which these people are in many instances forced to live?
They were clothed in rags and their dwellings were both miserable and unsanitary.
Long hours or unsanitary surroundings meant spoiled material and broken-down machinery and resultant delay.
It was an unsanitary practice, but he had to admit that the patient was much improved.
Lack of food and pure air, together with unsanitary surroundings, had set its mark upon them.
The pipes and drains were unsanitary, and the air was bad to breathe.
unsanitary un·san·i·tar·y (ŭn-sān'ĭ-těr'ē)