The quality of being salubrious or invigorating.(noun)
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Use "salubrity" in a sentence
"If it were necessary for me to do so, let me say, as a citizen who comes from the other side of the line, that I hold Mr. Kipling in the highest esteem because of those lines, and for the especial reason that another quality of your true salubrity is a fine, sweet, broad tolerance."
"After all, it is probably pretty much like other inland New England towns in point of "salubrity," -- that is, gives people their choice of dysentery or fever every autumn, with a season-ticket for consumption, good all the year round."
"Lest one think our nerdery has gone beyond the limits of salubrity in celebrating this unlikely nomenclatural coincidence, rest assured that we were not the first to take notice or rejoice in this obscure triumph for Lovecraft fans everywhere."