inhabitable[ in-hab-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF inhabitable
Synonyms for inhabitable
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INHABITABLE
Tanith was the third—the inhabitable planet of a G-class system usually was.
There is not an inhabitable valley but that they abound there.
Well may we affirm that every part of the world is inhabitable.
No other quarter of London was inhabitable by a rising architect.
With airlocks to permit entrance and exit, they were inhabitable.
In Europe the latter made their appearance in 1730, and then spread out to every inhabitable country.
The northern coast of Africa, and the inhabitable regions inland, were full of Jews of Spanish descent.
The inhabitable land area was a broad shelf that sloped from the base of the volcano to the western shore.
Soon the fertile lowlands ended and they passed beyond the limit of the inhabitable region.
He exalted San Gabriel above all other inhabitable valleys, old and new, on the face of the globe.