But I do think that they have a peculiar and salutary indirect effect.
Route Irish is at least propelled by salutary anger and a coherent point of view.
This will be salutary, and will deflate some of the pomposity-born-of-precociousness that bedevils Obama.
But Cathcart also thought this was a salutary day for Fleet Street and the British Press.
But this salutary revolution, like so many revolutions, overstepped, and resulted in the Great Inversion.
How between this great and salutary, but somewhat rude, strength and our weakness, can there be any connection?
Kociuszko's upbringing was of the simplest and most salutary description.
In case of disease, this mode of exercise is sometimes one of the most salutary in the world.
It operates, to some extent, as a salutary check on public functionaries.
We all owe an example, which may be salutary to our inferiors and dependents.
salutary sal·u·tar·y (sāl'yə-těr'ē)
Favorable to health; wholesome.