unlivable


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un·liv·a·ble

 (ŭn-lĭv′ə-bəl)
adj.
Unfit for habitation; uninhabitable: an unlivable apartment.

unlivable

or

unliveable

adj
not fit for living in
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unlivable - unfit or unsuitable to live in or withunlivable - unfit or unsuitable to live in or with; "unlivable substandard housing"
livable, liveable - fit or suitable to live in or with; "livable conditions"
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Wolf Larsen treasured against them the attempt on his life and the drubbing he had received in the forecastle; and morning, noon, and night, and all night as well, he devoted himself to making life unlivable for them.
This government policy, which has been systematically implemented for years, constitutes the forcible transfer of protected persons inside the occupied territory whether directly by demolishing their homes or indirectly by creating unlivable conditions.
In addition, the OASIIS system produces large quantities of agricultural, potable-water able to make unlivable land masses suddenly livable.
Rental payments for temporary housing for those whose homes are unlivable.
The social, health and security-related ramifications of the high-population density and overcrowding are among the factors that may render Gaza unlivable by 2020," UN officials said in their report.
Despite the ongoing construction that has made the area unlivable, the AE-cyoy-lu family is rebuffing offers to purchase their home at TL 250 per square meter, claiming that nearby villagers received TL 450-600 per square meter and that they would have accepted such a figure.
This is not criminalising all dog owners, it's adopting a proactive policy to respond to those who leave areas unlivable due to their selfish actions.
Outside poverty persists, people are homeless, out of work, on unlivable wages, zero hours, NHS under funded, care homes a disgrace, fuel poverty.
They will without question become unlivable hovels.
The main wall of Saleema's house has collapsed while rest of the walls have developed big cracks, making it unlivable.
MEDICAL practitioners in Srinagar fear that the city could soon turn into an unlivable place if thousands of floating carcasses of animals are not disposed of properly.
Otherwise, the existing cities would soon become unlivable.