whole·someAdjective/ˈhōlsəm/1. Conducive to or suggestive of good health and physical well-being.
2. Conducive to or promoting moral well-being.
Back when I was still married, my ex had the idea that the roots of the word wholesome gave it a completely different meaning. One not quite so wholesome. And he’d use it as an insult on people. Not a very effective insult in the end as he invariably used it correctly even though he meant the opposite. Kind of like this definition from the Urban Dictionary:
wholesomeadj. antonym of sick or tite, something that is dull or a term used to describe a girl that is neither hot nor ugly.Wow, Mrs. Buerhle’s lecture was pretty wholesome.
Your new girlfriend is pretty wholesome.