salutary
I adjective advantageous, aidant, analeptic, beneficial, benign, bracing, constitutional, corrective, corroborant, curative, edifying, favorable, good, harmless, healing, health-giving, health-preserving, healthful, healthy, helpful, hurtless, hygienic, innocuous, innoxious, invigorating, medicinal, nourishing, nutritious, nutritive, palliative, preventive, profitable, promoting health, prophylactic, protective, remedial, reparative, reparatory, restorative, roborant, safe, salubrious, salutaris, salutiferous, sanative, sanatory, sanitary, sustaining, sustentative, therapeutic, tonic, uninjurious, useful, utilis, wholesome II index beneficial, contributory, favorable (advantageous), medicinal, profitable, prophylactic, remedial, salubrious

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  • Salutary — Sal u*ta*ry, a. [L. salutaris, from salus, utis, health, safety: cf. F. salutaire. See {Salubrious}.] 1. Wholesome; healthful; promoting health; as, salutary exercise. [1913 Webster] 2. Promotive of, or contributing to, some beneficial purpose;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • salutary — late 15c., from M.Fr. salutaire beneficial, from L. salutaris healthful, from salus (gen. salutis) good health (see SALUTE (Cf. salute)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • salutary — wholesome, *healthful, healthy, salubrious, hygienic, sanitary Analogous words: *beneficial, advantageous, profitable Antonyms: deleterious: evil …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • salutary — [adj] healthy aiding, beneficial, fit, good, healing, healthful, nourishing, nutritious, restorative, salubrious, sound, tonic, well, wholesome; concepts 314,462,537,545 …   New thesaurus

  • salutary — ► ADJECTIVE 1) (of something disadvantageous) beneficial in providing an opportunity for learning from experience. 2) archaic health giving. ORIGIN Latin salutaris, from salus health …   English terms dictionary

  • salutary — [sal′yoo ter΄ē] adj. [< Fr or L: Fr salutaire < L salutaris < salus (gen. salutis), health: see SAFE] 1. promoting or conducive to health; healthful 2. promoting or conducive to some good purpose; beneficial salutarily adv. salutariness… …   English World dictionary

  • salutary — sal|u|ta|ry [ˈsæljutəri US teri] adj formal [Date: 1400 1500; : French; Origin: salutaire, from Latin salutaris, from salus; SALUTE1] a salutary experience is unpleasant but teaches you something salutary experience/lesson/reminder etc ▪ Losing… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • salutary — [[t]sæ̱ljʊtəri, AM teri[/t]] ADJ GRADED: usu ADJ n A salutary experience is good for you, even though it may seem difficult or unpleasant at first. [FORMAL] It was a new and salutary experience to be in the minority... The letter had a very… …   English dictionary

  • salutary — salubrious, salutary Both words are derived from the Latin word salus meaning ‘health’. Salubrious essentially means ‘giving health’ and hence also ‘pleasant, agreeable’ • (The Prince of Wales bestowed a polite eye upon her, then turned to the… …   Modern English usage

  • salutary — sal|u|tar|y [ sæljə,teri ] adjective FORMAL a salutary experience or warning is one that has a good effect although it is unpleasant: It was a salutary lesson to see the whole team so easily defeated …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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