1. having a disposition that welcomes guests and is fond of entertaining
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How To Use hospitableness In A Sentence

  • Their choices include nations that have swarms of malaria-infested mosquitoes, bad TV, deadly climates, decapitation issues, French people, bland food and other signs of inhospitableness. Driving the Rich Into the Sea
  • This is a scientifically curious situation, and it takes precedence over the famed Thallonian inhospitableness. Star Trek® New Frontier
  • As Jude worried through the logistics of releasing the dead-zone coordinates to the mechs without revealing them to BioMax—though the whole beauty of the location was its inhospitableness to orgs, making secrecy a bonus rather than a necessity—I watched the door, half expecting Zo to burst through with a last word. Wired
  • The sin of Sodom wasn't anal sex or homosexuality, it was inhospitableness and rape. THE.... Sodomite Hal Duncan!!
  • The inhospitableness of the globe was clearly illustrated by incredible bodies of water, thick masses of moist air; and tropical vegetation. Bloodhype
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