inhospitable

[ in-hos-pi-tuh-buh l, in-ho-spit-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF inhospitable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INHOSPITABLE

Is it possible there is nothing to eat in this inhospitable mansion?'

It was shut, and looked as inhospitable as the rest of the place.

The upper end of Lake Superior is comparatively on an inhospitable land.

It's inhuman, it's inhospitable, when Lily wants you to, so!

Father Hickey had suffered the meed of his inhospitable conduct.

Not a tree nor shrub was to be found in this inhospitable region.

Are they wild and inhospitable, or friendly to the stranger and god-fearing?

From 1802 to 1817 he did not quit the inhospitable latitudes of northern Russia.

It was too inhospitable a region to tempt even the wildest squatter.

They are worse than the sea, and that was inhospitable enough.

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