Definition for IN-HAB'IT-A-BLE

IN-HAB'IT-A-BLE, a. [from inhabit.]

  1. Habitable; that may be inhabited; capable of affording habitation to animals. The stars may be inhabitable worlds. Some regions of the earth are not inhabitable, by reason of cold or sterility. A building may be too old and decayed to be inhabitable.
  2. Not habitable. [Fr. inhabitable; L. inhabitabilis.] [Not in use.] – Shak.

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