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  • adjective Alternative spelling of unlivable.

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  • adjective unfit or unsuitable to live in or with


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un- +‎ liveable


  • If cities are "unliveable" how come so many people live in them?

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  • Ramokgopa paid a visit to the flats off Vermeulen street on Monday and told the residents they would need to be evacuated from their homes so that renovations could be done to the "unliveable" complex.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • By Gurmukh Singh, Toronto, Sep 23 : After Canada Wednesday told some of its athletes to delay proceeding to the Commonwealth Games because of 'unliveable' conditions at the athletes'

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  • John McDonnell, Labour MP for Hayes and Harlington - the constituency in which the runway will be built - said thousands of residents would lose their homes if it went ahead while thousands more would face "unliveable" conditions due to noise and pollution levels.

    British Blogs

  • Now TV3 channel is reporting that the two towns are "unliveable", which suggests considerable damage.4.44am / 5.44pm NZ: The local newspaper is the Christchurch Press, and its office is right on Cathedral Square in the city centre – and it has posted this chilling video footage of the immediate aftermath.

    Christchurch earthquake - live updates

  • I guess if it's natural we should do nothing and pollute ourselves silly until the planet's unliveable.

    Palin fires back at Schwarzenegger

  • Under her father's leadership, the children she and her mother so vocally support, are lacking in public education and are facing a future planet filled with toxic smoke and unliveable conditions.

    Jenna Bush may not back McCain

  • Normative demands are presumed to be unlived or unliveable, at least by the many.

    Afterword: Secularism, Cosmopolitanism, and Romanticism

  • This was a morality, an unliveable morality premised on the idea that the world was very shortly to end, it was going to end next week or next month.

    Is religion a force for good... or would we be happier without God?

  • Heatwaves will increase until our major cities become unliveable for three months of the year.

    Giles Slade: The Next 100 Years


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