: free from defect, disease, or infirmity : sound; also : retaining exceptional health and vigor
“He was a rich and powerful noble, then in his sixty-second year, but hale and sturdy, a great horseman and hunter and a pious man.” — Edith Wharton, “Kerfol,” 1916
“These twins were New Year’s babies in 1926. Today the two men are hale and healthy and love to banter with each other about old times and their lives.” — Marilyn Salzl Brinkman, The St. Cloud (Minnesota) Times, 18 Dec. 2015
by MERRIAM-WEBSTER DICTIONARIES.