habitable

[ hab-i-tuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF habitable

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It was quite evident, however, that the ship was not habitable.

And I dragged her off, when I was dressed, to the dining-room, which was the most habitable room of the house.

They are spoken today over a large part of the habitable globe.

And what an amiable race of people are the Stubbses of this habitable globe!

Every bit of habitable land on this globe is some man's dwelling place!

For, as population decreased, so did the habitable areas of Earth.

One small chamber, on the ground-floor, maintains a habitable aspect.

The habitable area was therefore, adequate to the wants of these festive people.

Beyond that fact I do not pretend to estimate the habitable area.

They number about eighty habitable and twice as many small islands.

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