health
I noun condition, fitness, freedom from ailment, freedom from disease, haleness, hardiness, heartiness, physical condition, robustness, ruggedness, salubriousness, salubrity, salus, sanitas, soundness, soundness of body, stamina, state of health, strength, sturdiness, valetudo, vigor, vitality, well-being, wholesomeness associated concepts: bill of health, board of health, dangerous to health, department of health, health care, health education and welfare, health insurance, impairment of health, mental health, public health and safety, public health law, sanitary code II index strength, welfare

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