Examples of usage:

  1. To be bound hand and foot either by unsalable real estate or by sentiment is an uncomfortable condition for the young family who may find itself in uncongenial surroundings, in an unhealthful situation, or who may need to retrench temporarily. "The Cost of Shelter" by Ellen H. Richards
  2. It came to pass, however, that the air of Grandchaux, which is situated in the most unhealthful part of Limouzin, proved particularly hurtful to the new Madame de Nailles. "Jacqueline, v1" by Th. Bentzon (Mme. Blanc)
  3. It wasn't temperate climates, some lived in the tropics, some in the tropics at sea level, a type of location generally thought to be quite unhealthful. "How and When to Be Your Own Doctor" by Dr. Isabelle A. Moser with Steve Solomon
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