Related formsun·san·i·tar·i·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for unsanitary
The majority of the early cases were traced back to unsanitary needles.
And many parents prefer not to bring small children to the gloomy and often unsanitary hotels near the colonies.
The camp now is now an unsanitary eyesore, strewn with garbage, drug paraphernalia, and rats looking for leftovers.
For the past decade or so, curly hair has somehow signified insanity, or worse yet, implied that you were unsanitary.
Beef trusts and the high price of beef, tuberculous cattle, unsanitary transportation and markets were not factors in her problem.Foods and Household Management|Helen Kinne
About 60 persons lived in this house which was once licensed as a tenement but which is unsanitary in a multitude of ways.Plague|Thomas Wright Jackson
She would not be human did she not revile her Municipal Commissioners and talk about the unsanitary condition of the island.From Sea to Sea|Rudyard Kipling
Ulterior results, unsanitary or otherwise, do not come within the compass of this sketch.
Here we have crowding, unsanitary conditions, immoral atmosphere, and all the attendant evils.The Social Work of the Salvation Army|Edwin Gifford Lamb