Salubrious & Lugubrious
- celebrious  Of a place or assembly: thronged, frequented; hence, of a ceremony, festival, etc.: attended or observed by throngs; festive.
- ebrious  Addicted to drink; tipsy.
- equilibrious  That which is in a state of equilibrium; evenly balanced.
- fimbrious  Fringed.
- funebrious  Pertaining to funerals.
- inebrious  Inebriating, intoxicating.
- insalubrious  Not salubrious; detrimental to health. (Now chiefly of climate or surroundings.)
- isobrious  Growing with equal vigour on both sides; applied to a dicotyledonous embryo.
- ludibrious  Apt to be a subject of jest or mockery.
- lugubrious  Characterized by, expressing or causing mourning; doleful, mournful, sorrowful.
- muliebrious  Effeminate.
- opprobrious  Of words, language, etc.: conveying opprobrium; expressing scorn; vituperative; reproachful; shameful.
- reprobrious  Reproachful, abusive.
- salubrious  Favorable or conducive to health.
- tenebrious  Of or pertaining to darkness; of dark nature.
- unsalubrious  Unhealthy.