The healthiness of the climate of Cape Town contrasted favourably with that of Batavia, and most of the sick rapidly recovered.
I have enough to do to maintain them in any healthiness when alone.
Their cheeks glowed with healthiness in the summer air, and their gestures, their laughter, were charmingly animated.
A doubt he expressed as to the healthiness of a consumptive-looking child brought him at her death the honors of a prophet.
The city is finely situated on high bluffs above the lake, and is widely known for its healthiness.
Nor is Aristophanes without another solid ground of defence on the score of sincerity and healthiness.
There is a healthiness about German realism that one is not afraid nor ashamed to admire.
While it rains and through the Rains, the air is remarkably fine, not to be surpassed for healthiness and charm.
The horror exists, and the light-heartedness exists; the unhealthiness and the healthiness.
Consider the height and unlimited growth of the trees which they nourish, and you may judge of their healthiness.
It is wrong to say that certain articles of food are healthy or unhealthy. Wholesome and unwholesome are the right words. A pig may be healthy or unhealthy while alive; but after he is killed and becomes pork, he can enjoy no health, and suffer no sickness. [Eliza Leslie, "Miss Leslie's Behaviour Book," Philadelphia, 1839]
healthy health·y (hěl'thē)
adj. health·i·er, health·i·est
Possessing good health.
Conducive to good health; healthful.
Indicative of sound, rational thinking or frame of mind.