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Salubrious

Salubrious - favorable to or promoting health. Origin - Salubrious finds its roots in the Latin word for "health," salūs. It entered English in the

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a selection or extract from a book. a portion of sacred writing read in a divine service;

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Laconic - using few words, concise. Ex: A laconic reply. Origin: Derived from Laconia, Greece. The people of this region, which held Sparta as its capital, were said to be brief and concise in speech and writing.

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