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uninhabitability

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Uninhabitableness.

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Examples

  • On account of their uninhabitability, their difficulty of access, and their unknown commercial value, the antarctic lands have claimed far less attention than the north polar regions.

    Wealth of the World's Waste Places and Oceania

  • The Hotel Menlo and another Oakland hotel owned by Singer, the Ridge Hotel at 634 15th St., are both the subject of civil litigation "due to claims of uninhabitability," the affidavit said.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • Even scholars who are aware of the uninhabitability of the nuked ruins, or the disastrous climate changes caused by nuclear exchanges, advocate "minimum sufficient deterrence" regimes.

    Eric Margolis

  • Sherwood told the conference: "Seven degrees would begin to create zones of uninhabitability due to unsurvivable peak heat stresses and 10C would expand such zones far enough to encompass a majority of today's population."

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  • Particularly now on a world running out of resources and threatening to heat up to the point of uninhabitability, there's an appeal to the idea of starting over.

    TrekMovie.com

  • "The danger to the planet of global warming and the catastrophes it will produce, if left unchecked, including the uninhabitability of parts of the world, particularly some small states, is not the alarmist warnings of overzealous scientists," the prime minister said.

    Jamaica Gleaner Online

  • Sherwood told the conference: "Seven degrees would begin to create zones of uninhabitability due to unsurvivable peak heat stresses and 10C would expand such zones far enough to encompass a majority of today's

    The Guardian World News

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