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Definition of "uninhabitable" []

  • Unfit for habitation: an uninhabitable island. (adjective)
  • Not capable of being lived in (adjective)

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Use "uninhabitable" in a sentence
  • "They didn†™ t have the power to stand up to crooked landlords who charged them high rents to live in uninhabitable housing."
  • "And a plumber who entered the flat just nine days ago described it as being 'uninhabitable' - covered in dust with just an old mattress on the floor to sleep on."
  • "They didn’t have the power to stand up to crooked landlords who charged them high rents to live in uninhabitable housing."