wholesome[ hohl-suhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF wholesome
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WHOLESOME
And a wholesome corrective is the Sunday service after the sights of Lourdes.
She with power, power to make things straight and sunny and wholesome!
Mine were days of wholesome repression, punishment, and fear.
The next moment a wholesome rage sent the blood to my brain.
But it must not be eaten in this condition, for it would be neither palatable nor wholesome.
This made for a wholesome humility and a real love of my college.
“I like that feller,” declared Bill, with wholesome appreciation.
It is as wholesome as butter, and far better for the purpose.
I try to see it all from the wholesome point of view from which you look at it, Kate.
I am clearly of opinion that it cannot be wholesome to have so many animals about a house.