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Definition of "inhabitable" [in•hab•it•a•ble]

  • Fit to live in; habitable (see inflammable for usage note) (adjective)
  • Not habitable; not suitable to be inhabited. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "inhabitable" in a sentence
  • "If a missile makes a hole in the building's wall, but the basement and one room are intact - is this called inhabitable or not? alan_tskhurbaev:"
  • "The ongoing concerns have prompted Northwestern to create an emergency back-up schedule, in case one of its aging buildings would become "inhabitable," Orr said."
  • "No damning artwork to highlight the world's love of oil, rather an attempt to get officials from Perth and Kinross Council to repair his "inhabitable" house."