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Difference between 'Salubrious' and 'Salutary'

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Salubrious means healthy.

Salutary means 'producing good effects'.

Sample Usage

1. He enjoys a salubrious climate.
2. Not the most salubrious campsite.

1. The rowdy frontier tribes have been taught a salutary lesson.
2. The salutary influence of pure air.

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