from The Century Dictionary.
- In a habitable manner; so as to be habitable.
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Stateroom 129 D, which she had once so despitefully characterized, seemed a very haven of restfulness when, after breakfast, it was reported habitably dried out; the other was a queer and exasperating reluctance to meet the Tyro -- yes, even to see him.
It was not till three days after I came that the house was habitably finished; then we dismissed the men, unable to bear their presence and the ceaseless babel any longer.
'We have made something of a nest in the last of the suite of rooms, the only one habitably small; but it is wonderful where all the time in the day goes.
A section that is habitably already includes a large living room or study, kitchen, three large bedrooms and two bathrooms.