livable

[ liv-uh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF livable

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Had it not been for the great fireplace the shack would not have been livable.

With the exception of Matadi and Thysville it has the one livable hotel in the Congo.

The room was not the home of any one—it was not inhabited, it was not livable.

It gave them a very cheery look, and must have made them livable at least in the daytime.

The temperature, while somewhat cool, was in the livable range.

How do you go to work to get men and things to put houses into livable shape?

It is the duty of every man to keep the camp clean, sanitary, and livable.

My life has been a very hard one and my Anna has been all which made it livable.

The machine with buttermilk and Zenoleum headed the list for livable chicks.

The city was livable again, and they knew electric current would stop any future attack of the strange creatures.

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