uninhabitable


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un·in·hab·it·a·ble

 (ŭn′ĭn-hăb′ĭ-tə-bəl)
adj.
Unfit for habitation: an uninhabitable island.

un′in·hab′it·a·bil′i·ty n.

uninhabitable

(ˌʌnɪnˈhæbɪtəbəl)
adj
not capable of being lived in
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.uninhabitable - not fit for habitationuninhabitable - not fit for habitation    
unlivable, unliveable - unfit or unsuitable to live in or with; "unlivable substandard housing"
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uninhabitable

[ˈʌnɪnˈhæbɪtəbl] ADJinhabitable

uninhabitable

[ˌʌnɪnˈhæbɪtəbəl] adjinhabitable

uninhabitable

adjunbewohnbar

uninhabitable

[ˌʌnɪnˈhæbɪtəbl] adjinabitabile
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We arrived at this happy place about noon, and the next day at evening left those fanning winds, and woods flourishing with unfading verdure, for the dismal barrenness of the vast uninhabitable plains, from which Abyssinia is supplied with salt.
Well, my friend, this earth will one day be that cold corpse; it will become uninhabitable and uninhabited like the moon, which has long since lost all its vital heat.
If the Martians can reach Venus, there is no reason to suppose that the thing is impossible for men, and when the slow cooling of the sun makes this earth uninhabitable, as at last it must do, it may be that the thread of life that has begun here will have streamed out and caught our sister planet within its toils.
He still took refuge there in summer, but when Mattie came to live at the farm he had to give her his stove, and consequently the room was uninhabitable for several months of the year.
Suppose, a thousand years from now, a malarious swamp builds itself up in the shallow harbor of Smyrna, or something else kills the town; and suppose, also, that within that time the swamp that has filled the renowned harbor of Ephesus and rendered her ancient site deadly and uninhabitable to-day, becomes hard and healthy ground; suppose the natural consequence ensues, to wit: that Smyrna becomes a melancholy ruin, and Ephesus is rebuilt.
Or would the earth be uninhabitable from the mephitic products of universal decay?
But the bed-furniture was destroyed; and the room, as a matter of course, was rendered uninhabitable, for that night at least, and probably for more nights to come.
Yes," replied Barbicane, "after having doubtless remained persistently for millions of centuries; by degrees the atmosphere becoming rarefied, the disc became uninhabitable, as the terrestrial globe will one day become by cooling.
The library is uninhabitable for several days before and after, as it is there that we have the trees and presents.
For weeks after one of these auctions, having rendered his study uninhabitable, he would live about in the fifth-form room and hall, doing his verses on old letter-backs and odd scraps of paper, and learning his lessons no one knew how.
The roof had been stripped off the inn where we were, and the place was quite uninhabitable, so we should have had to have moved him somewhere.
Fact to be noted: this room might conceivably have become physically repugnant to him, emotionally intolerable, morally uninhabitable.