American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Unfit for habitation: an uninhabitable island.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not inhabitable; not capable of affording habitation; unfit to be the residence of men.
- adj. not fit for habitation
- un- + inhabitable (Wiktionary)
“They didnâ€ ™ t have the power to stand up to crooked landlords who charged them high rents to live in uninhabitable housing.”
“And a plumber who entered the flat just nine days ago described it as being 'uninhabitable' - covered in dust with just an old mattress on the floor to sleep on.”
“They didn’t have the power to stand up to crooked landlords who charged them high rents to live in uninhabitable housing.”
“A "significant percentage" of the homes with damage are expected to be classified as uninhabitable, he said, and the number of claims are expected to climb.”
“A "significant percentage" of the homes with damage are expected to be classified as uninhabitable, Mr. McCollum said, and the number of claims is expected to climb.”
“If it's economically advantageous to individuals to make the planet uninhabitable, that is what will happen.”
“The property was described as uninhabitable, reclaimed by nature.”
“NEW DELHI — A footbridge under construction for the Commonwealth Games collapsed Tuesday, while international officials called new housing for athletes "uninhabitable," as preparation for the high-profile event has been plagued by many of the problems that afflict India's path to development.”
“The Telegraph can disclose that the 'main home' for which Mr Malik pays out of his own pocket - a three-bedroom house in his constituency of Dewsbury, West Yorks - has been secured at a discounted rent of less than £100 per week from a local landlord who was fined for letting an 'uninhabitable' house.”
“They claim the festivals and 10 other planned events would force them to endure "incessant noise" and would render their properties "uninhabitable".”
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