Related formsin·sa·lu·bri·ous·ly, adverbin·sa·lu·bri·ty [in-suh-loo-bri-tee] /ˌɪn səˈlu brɪ ti/, noun
Examples from the Web for insalubrious
This was an extremely dark and brutal (and insalubrious) country well into the 20th century.
In the world of the MRI and the PET scan, it seems that there is “more than one echo of the insalubrious past.”
He would have let the house, but could find no tenant, in consequence of its ineligible and insalubrious site.Jane Eyre|Charlotte Bronte
The colouring-matters ought not to be of an insalubrious kind.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines|Andrew Ure
Insalubrious, in-sa-lū′bri-us, adj. not healthful; unwholesome.
The insalubrious climate and various military expeditions are continually causing losses of men.The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898|E. H. Blair
It has a population of about 10,000, an insalubrious climate and bad water.