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To their surprise, Blum said, the composition of mercury isotopes in the deep-sea fish strongly resembled that of fish inhabiting the upper 1,600 feet or so of the ocean.

The games reflect the two worlds the boys inhabit, one by day and the other at night.

We know, for instance, of several occasions when fish and frogs have “rained” onto inhabited areas.

The adventure-filled island world of “Bugsnax” that they inhabit is a surprising, comic and enjoyable one, but the game of “Bugsnax” bugged me just enough to sap some of that enjoyment.

Now research shows they also damage the forest soils they inhabit.

Only two soil types in the world are inhabitable for this root louse: one is sand, and the other is slate.

But to make the country inhabitable, and to build towns, it must have cost immense labor.

Soon the fertile lowlands ended and they passed beyond the limit of the inhabitable region.

The distinguished lady considered that no cities were inhabitable except the capitals that have a court.

Bellerophon made this mountain inhabitable, and was therefore said to have killed the Chimæra.

Water-soaked, ill-smelling, but inhabitable, the old house again possessed a light and a hearth.

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On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to inhabitable, such as: bearable, comfortable, cozy, endurable, fit, and habitable.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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