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It’s probably one of the more “livable” two-person ultralight tents on the market, so if comfort’s a premium, think of this as your new home away from home.

The trio of Hycean worlds expands the range of planets that might be considered livable, continuing a recent movement in exoplanet science as researchers seek more sophisticated definitions of habitability.

For example, while a tent may have a high peak height on paper, a pitch with narrow sidewalls and little livable space is less than ideal.

My parents did the best they could to provide for our family, but since employers wouldn’t pay immigrants livable wages, we often struggled financially.

It’s inspired by the think tank Evergreen Action’s Climate Corps Plan, which focuses on livable wages, long-term viability, and bringing jobs and climate resilient infrastructure into underserved areas where the needs are the greatest.

In a country nearly crushed by poverty and joblessness, there is little money left over for making the prisons humane and livable.

Too bad those values doesn't extend to paying people a livable wage or sharing profits.

While this solution is ideal for nobody, it seems to be livable for everybody.

The idea of raising the minimum wage to a livable number, he said, was one shared by the 2012 Republican presidential nominee.

To us, the two-state solution represents our best hope for a livable future.

By nightfall the little house in the woods was made thoroughly livable.

All of the furnishings had been transferred here from the original dome, and the result looked, on the whole, quite livable.

There are some women who have a perfectly inexplicable talent for making life livable.

The thought came to Forbes that there was but one way to make their life livable—to make it frank and public.

There is no rule for the number of closets which will make the tiny house livable, but I should say, the more the merrier.


On this page you'll find 32 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to livable, such as: bearable, cozy, habitable, homey, sustainable, and tolerable.

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