Definition of Inhabitable

1. Adjective. Fit for habitation. "The habitable world"

Exact synonyms: Habitable
Similar to: Livable, Liveable
Derivative terms: Habitability, Habitableness



Definition of Inhabitable

1. a. Capable of being inhabited; habitable.

2. a. Not habitable; not suitable to be inhabited.

Definition of Inhabitable

1. Adjective. fit to live in; habitable (see inflammable for usage note) ¹

2. Adjective. (obsolete) Not habitable; not suitable to be inhabited. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Inhabitable

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inhabitable

ingulfment
ingulfments
ingulfs
ingulph
ingulphed
ingulphs
ingurgitate
ingurgitated
ingurgitates
ingurgitating
ingurgitation
ingurgitations
ingustable
inhability
inhabit
inhabitable (current term)
inhabitance
inhabitances
inhabitancies
inhabitancy
inhabitant
inhabitants
inhabitate
inhabitation
inhabitations
inhabitativeness
inhabited
inhabiter
inhabiters
inhabitest

Literary usage of Inhabitable

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1. Inductive Sociology: A Syllabus of Methods, Analyses and Classifications by Franklin Henry Giddings (1901)
"... inhabitable Areas The inhabitable areas occupied by a natural society that is being inductively or descriptively studied should be examined with ..."

2. Treatise on the Law Governing Nuisances: With Particular Reference to Its by Joseph Asbury Joyce, Howard Clifford Joyce (1906)
"That water potable by cattle and inhabitable by fish no excuse for pollution.—That water of a stream; remains potable by cattle and inhabitable by fish does ..."

3. Readings in Descriptive and Historical Sociology by Franklin Henry Giddings (1906)
"inhabitable Areas Among the features of situation that have an important relation to social phenomena are, first of all, Position and Extent, secondly, ..."

4. The Ebony Idol by G. M. Flanders (1860)
"... and interminable stage-roads could not shield it from those political nuisances who pry into every inhabitable nook and corner where a poor voter has ..."

5. History of America Before Columbus: According to Documents and Approved Authors by Peter De Roo (1900)
"... and, as a consequence, the narrow strip of inhabitable territory is being further contracted on both sides.1 The western coast of Greenland's southern ..."

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