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Since the pandemic, investor interest has been much less of a challenge given the hygienic nature of the service.

From Digiday

You can adjust the bidet toilet seat settings for a hygienic and personalized bathroom experience.

Nurses’ hygienic protocols have been overlooked, she said, and their quarantine rules have been flouted.

The elder Jarvis’s commitment to hygienic childcare was borne of tragedy, as she lost nine children to epidemics spread through unsanitary conditions common during the 19th century.

From Time

Though they differ in technical complexity, both have the potential to make urban communities more hospitable and hygienic.

And with so many pigs dying, farms have been challenged to try to find hygienic ways to dispose of the carcasses.

And—guess what—slaughterhouses turn out to be not so perfectly hygienic.

When the bishop and most of his missionaries died, Livingstone reviled them for not taking “hygienic” precautions.

The Allegra, which is about a third of the size of the Concordia, still has no power and hygienic conditions are worsening.

My hygienic arrangements are unimportant compared to the real issues and sacrifices at stake.

Hygienic reasons had probably something to do with its general adoption, and this implies, of course, cities of considerable size.

He is also the hygienic adviser in all matters relating to study and recreation.

They have studied food from a hygienic point of view, and they watch the effect of every mouthful.

In the immediate neighborhood are hygienic baths of pure crystalline water.

The first step in this hygienic work is close observation on the part of the Forest officers.


On this page you'll find 46 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hygienic, such as: healthful, sterile, wholesome, aseptic, disinfected, and germ-free.

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