[ UK /ʌnsˈænɪtəɹi/ ]
[ US /ənˈsænəˌtɛɹi/ ]
  1. not sanitary or healthful
    grim and unsanitary conditions
    unsanitary open sewers
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How To Use unsanitary In A Sentence

  • Infant and child mortality are high due to unsanitary living conditions and the unavailability of state-of-the-art medical technology.
  • grim and unsanitary conditions
  • Discharge of raw sewage into the sea is unsanitary and unsafe.
  • It was a jagged wasteland of ovenlike heat, frantic mosquitoes, and unfordable, unsanitary rivers, with a local population that had a history of wiping out exploration parties.
  • Poor nutrition, contaminated water, and unsanitary living conditions contributed principally to the persistence of disease.
  • And again, this is basically due to congested living quarters and unsanitary conditions.
  • The strongest physical characteristics may be ruined if the surroundings are unwholesome and unsanitary.
  • Discharge of raw sewage into the sea is unsanitary and unsafe.
  • There have also been instances where prisoners are prematurely released as a result of the unsanitary conditions at the Police Station.
  • Most uncomfortable and unsanitary, in my opinion, though some who are only travelling through prefer them. A PLAGUE OF ANGELS
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