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salūbris (m salūber, O.), is, e, adj. with comp. and sup.

salus, health-giving, healthful, wholesome, salubrious, salutary : locus: saluberrimae regiones, Cs.: silvae, H.: fluvius, V.: aura, O.: si Baiae salubres repente factae sunt: aestates, H.: cultus atque victus: Ambrosiae suci, V.: Phoebe saluber, ades, O.Healthy, sound, well, vigorous : genus hominum salubri corpore, S.: salubriora etiam credente corpora esse, L.: (exercitum) mutatione locorum salubriorem esse, L.: saluberrimis corporibus uti, Ta.—Fig., healthful , sound, serviceable, beneficial, salutary : quicquid est salubre in oratione, sound : consilia salubriora: hiems saluberrimis consiliis absumpta, Ta.: verba, O.: (sententiam) dixi rei p. saluberrimam: leges rem salubriorem inopi quam potenti (esse), L.

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