Salutary in a sentence

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Salutary;

Meaning: [adjective] experience which teaches us a lesson;

Losing all his money in gambling taught me and my friends a salutary lesson.

The war and destruction certainly have salutary effects on the countries in the region.

Laughing has first of all a direct salutary effect upon our bodies.

Michael Schumacher ‘s fall is a salutary reminder of the risks of winter sports.

Reading through what I wrote back then has been a salutary experience for me.

Listening to those criticisms has taught me a salutary and humbling lesson.

The total refugee picture suggests some salutary reflections.

The experience was a salutary one for most of the pupils.

The writing stage, when topics and questions are actually put down, can be quite a salutary experience.