unlivable

[ UK /ʌnlˈɪvəbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ənˈɫɪvəbəɫ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. unfit or unsuitable to live in or with
    unlivable substandard housing
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How To Use unlivable In A Sentence

  • unlivable substandard housing
  • Finally, this is all set in the most astonishingly beautiful never-never land of palatial bourgeois interiors of great beauty, but cold as death and utterly unlivable.
  • Stacks of objects can make homes fire traps and rooms unlivable. canada.com
  • Today in New Orleans, residents are moving back to parts of the city that were declared unlivable just two-and-a-half weeks ago.
  • Security experts say that our nation has hardly begun preparations for a response to a radioactive terrorist attack that could render large portions of major cities unlivable for decades.
  • More than half the world would have been unlivable, life could only exist at the lowest elevations.
  • I know we can meet the challenge of rectifying a downtown overrun with night life, made uncontrollable by unregistered, unscheduled festivities, made unlivable by the teeming hordes filling its streets.
  • Regions within hundreds of kilometres of the site could be rendered unlivable for generations. Globe and Mail
  • My sister and her family are living there because their home in Long Beach, Mississippi nearby is unlivable and right beyond that is Pass Christian, our family home of 30 years unlivable as well.
  • It is not surprising, however, as thousands of flood victims had no other option but to hole up at the shelters as their houses have been unlivable for the better part of three weeks.
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