[ UK /hˈə‍ʊlsʌmnəs/ ]
[ US /ˈhoʊɫsəmnəs/ ]
  1. the quality of being beneficial and generally good for you
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How To Use wholesomeness In A Sentence

  • She's perfected that smiling art of PR deflection, of projecting a sweetly vacuous wholesomeness.
  • In this regard, Professor Albert Abel, of the University of Toronto Law School, and a distinguished authority on public administration, wrote four years ago that as for individuals, "the harm (of disclosure) may be economic, as where preliminary investigations into the management of a company or the wholesomeness of a product are under way; in such cases, even an ultimate clean bill of health would probably not save the enterprise from grave loss and the authorities quite properly do not want to reveal such matters past or present ... the individual's interest in being free from shame and vexation is not to be sacrificed to a mere general right to know. The Right to Know
  • Lipid oxidation is a major cause of meat quality deterioration, as products of autoxidation of unsaturated fatty acids affect wholesomeness and nutritional value.
  • It is our newness, our wholesomeness—the freshness of youth—which makes us able to look ahead even when there seems to be nothing to look forward to.
  • It adds an unexpected zip to it, and all of a sudden your protein shake becomes more fun. its kind of liquid shake and then you bite on those blueberries as a treat. it definitely adds on a feeling of wholesomeness instead of just liquidness! may be its just me, i am known to enjoy things that others find weird. Photo food diary Sunday Dec. 7, 2008 | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.
  • Inspection for wholesomeness of meat and poultry in interstate and intrastate commerce is mandatory; inspection of imported meat is mandatory.
  • Photograph: Eamonn Mccabe/Beowulf Sheehan Garrison Keillor - anecdotalist, radio host and laureate of small-town wholesomeness - is publishing a book of Interviewed about the book, Keillor found himself discussing the reaction to an anthology he published a few years ago; specifically, the admired modernist poet full-frontal assault on Keillor's "appalling taste". The Guardian World News
  • Perhaps someday we will find spiritual wholesomeness in knowing we are a link in a complex machine layered on top of the green life.
  • There was an undeniable wholesomeness to the evening: record-shattering ticket sales, endearing uniformed Scout greeters, dietetic menu items asparagus shots, anyone? At Girl Scouts Gala, Lots of Smart Cookies
  • Michael, keeping him in the tiptop of physical condition and mental wholesomeness. CHAPTER XI
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