unhabitable

unhabitable

(ʌnˈhæbɪtəbəl)
adj
not suitable for habitation
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Tenders are invited for Retrofitting To Vacant Unhabitable Quarters 265, 172, 195,61 At Gpra, Wadala,Mumbai-31.
Now, Oregon law lists more than a dozen things a rental unit must have to be considered habitable; if any of these are "substantially lacking," the unit is considered unhabitable under state law.
The flat was unhabitable and all my possessions were stolen.
It makes me wonder how many groups or individuals cannot take what they see as fact and that in time our earth will be unhabitable.
The understanding that prioritizes how the design artifact looks like (form) over how it behaves (performance) eventually leads to forms that are unbuildable, unhabitable and therefore trapped in the digital world.
A family of five that lived next door have already been re-housed as the flames spread to their roof, leaving their home unhabitable.
Chris said: "It was unhabitable when we first arrived and needed a lot of work, it took a year to transform it.
The cottage's official purpose is as a residence for the lock-keeper but it is now unhabitable after being left under 3ft 6ins of flood water last summer.
The bundle of bright yellow--warming my very core--formerly frozen and unhabitable.
Today, 96 per cent of the country is uninhabitable because it is desert, and the rest is unhabitable because there are too many people in it, most of them trying to sell you something.
So geographers, in Afric-maps, / With savage-pictures fill their gaps; / And o'er unhabitable downs /Place elephants for want of towns" ("On Poetry: A Rhapsody," I, 177).
So Geographers in Afric-maps With savage-pictures fill their gaps; And o'er unhabitable downs Place elephants for want of towns.