Definition of inhabitable in English:

inhabitable

Syllabification: in·hab·it·a·ble
Pronunciation: /inˈhabitəbəl
 
/

adjective

Suitable to live in; habitable: soon we will run out of inhabitable space on the planet
More example sentences
  • If they got running water to all these buildings that are obviously inhabitable, they could get the city cleaned up a lot faster.
  • This was a perfectly nice Polish neighborhood before you guys decided to move in, open up your hip bars, and generally make the area more inhabitable for the Yuppies.
  • She bought it in 2000 for about £235,000, when it was still heated by a back boiler and scarcely inhabitable by today's standards.

Derivatives

inhabitability

Pronunciation: /-ˌhabitəˈbilitē/
noun
More example sentences
  • As you know, it is normally the job of the surveyor scouts to go down to the surface and study the planet to ascertain is inhabitability.
  • The point I want to make here is that the forces we've allowed to shape the growth and development of our cities have little to do with their utility or inhabitability.
  • It is therefore an object of this invention to provide a cab locking apparatus which improves the inhabitability of a cab, increases the bed space and reduces the cost of production.

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