Having a sound, strong body; physically competent; robust. able bodied
ETYM Spelled bonnie by the Scotch.
Very pleasing to the eye; SYN. bonnie, comely, fair.
1. Marked by lively action; SYN. bouncy, peppy, spirited, zippy.
2. Moving jerkily up and down; SYN. jolting, jouncing.
3. Vigorously healthy
ETYM Old Eng. burlich strong, excellent; perh. orig. fit for a lady's bower, hence handsome, manly, stout. Related to Bower.
1. Having a large, strong, or gross body; stout.
2. Coarse and rough; boisterous.
ETYM Old Eng. buxum, boxom, buhsum, pliable, obedient, AS. bôcsum, bűhsum (akin to Dutch buigzaam blexible, German biegsam); bűgan to bow, bend + -sum, Eng. -some. Related to Bow to bend, and -some.
1. Said of women: having large breasts.
2. Euphemisms for slightly fat; SYN. chubby, embonpoint, plump, zaftig, zoftig.
1. Agreeable or pleasing
2. Appealing to the mind; SYN. serious.
3. Capable of pleasing
4. Generally admired
5. Having desirable or positive qualities especially those suitable for a thing specified
6. In excellent physical condition; SYN. sound.
7. Morally admirable.
8. Most suitable or right for a particular purpose; SYN. right, ripe.
9. Not forged
10. Not left to spoil; SYN. unspoiled, unspoilt.
11. Of moral excellence; SYN. just, upright, virtuous.
12. Resulting favorably; SYN. well.
14. Used of clothing; SYN. go-to-meeting, Sunday, Sunday-go-to-meeting.
Feeling healthy and free of aches and pains
ETYM Written also hail.
Exhibiting or restored to vigorous good health; SYN. whole.
1. Able to survive under unfavorable conditions.
2. Having rugged physical strength; inured to fatigue or hardships; SYN. stalwart, stout, sturdy.
Conducive to good health of body or mind.
1. Having or indicating good health in body or mind; free from infirmity or disease; SYN. healthful, well, sturdy, vigorous.
2. Promoting health; healthful; SYN. salubrious, healthful, good for you.
3. Exercising or showing good judgment; SYN. intelligent, levelheaded, sound.
4. Financially secure and functioning well.
ETYM Latin laudabilis: cf. Old Eng. laudable. Related to Laud.
Worthy of being praised; praiseworthy; commendable.
1. Exhibiting lust or vigor; stout; strong; vigorous; robust; healthful; able of body.
2. Lustful; lascivious.
ETYM Latin robustus oaken, hard, strong, from robur strength, a very hard kind of oak; cf. Skr. rabhas violence: cf. French robuste.
1. Physically strong.
2. Rough and crude.
3. Strong enough to withstand intellectual challenge.
1. Rose colored.
2. Comfortable; plush,
(Baseball) Having reached a base without being put out
1. Free from risk or danger
2. In safekeeping
3. Of an undertaking.
ETYM Latin salubris, or saluber, from salus health; akin to salvus safe, sound, well. Related to Safe.
Favourable to or promoting well-being.
Health-giving; respectable, wholesome.
Sinonimi: Wholesome; healthful; salubrious; beneficial; useful; advantageous; profitable
ETYM Latin salutaris, from salus, -utis, health, safety: cf. French salutaire. Related to Salubrious.
1. Wholesome; healthful; promoting health.
2. Promotive of, or contributing to, some beneficial purpose; beneficial; advantageous; SYN. Wholesome; healthful; salubrious; beneficial; useful; advantageous; profitable.
Producing good effects; beneficial.
Having good results; healthy; wholesome.
ETYM Latin sanus. Related to Sound.
Mentally healthy; free from mental disorder.
ETYM Latin solidus, probably akin to sollus whole, entire, Greek: cf. French solide. Related to Consolidate,Soda, Solder, Soldier, Solemn.
1. Acting together as a single undiversified whole; SYN. unanimous.
2. Entirely of a single color throughout; SYN. self-colored, self-coloured.
3. Entirely of one substance with no holes inside.
4. Having three dimensions.
5. Incapable of being seen through.
6. Of definite shape and volume; firm; neither liquid nor gaseous.
7. Of good quality and condition; solidly built; SYN. strong, substantial.
8. Of good substantial quality.
9. Of one substance or character throughout.
10. Turned into or covered with thick ice.
11. Uninterrupted in space; having no gaps or breaks.
1. In good condition; free from defect or damage or decay
2. Free from moral defect
4. Financially secure and safe
In good health especially after having suffered illness or injury
Wise or advantageous and hence advisable
1. Characterized by proper disposition, morals, or behavior
2. Having a good physical condition; sound
Having a good disposition; especially; disposed to be friendly, favorable, or sympathetic
ETYM Old Eng. hole, hol, hal, hool, as. hâl well, sound, healthy.
1. Including all components without exception; being one unit or constituting the full amount or extent or duration; complete.
2. (Of siblings) Having the same parents.
1. Conducive to or characteristic of physical or moral well-being.
2. Sound or exhibiting soundness in body or mind.