habitable

[adj] - fit for habitation
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Habitable

suitable and fit for a person to live in and free of any faults that might endanger the health and safety of occupants.
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Habitable

Hab'it·a·ble (hăb'ĭt*ȧ*b'l) adjective [ French habitable , Latin habitabilis .] Capable of being inhabited; that may be inhabited or dwelt in; as, the habitable world. -- Hab'it*a*ble*ness , noun -- Hab'it*a*bly ,
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habitable

inhabitable adjective fit for habitation; `the habitable world`
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Habitable

• (a.) Capable of being inhabited; that may be inhabited or dwelt in; as, the habitable world.
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habitable

habitable Fit to live in.
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Habitable

(adj) Habitable is the residence which can be used for living by having the reasonable facility and comfort necessary for the human being to stay. Eg. A building protecting from weather having facility for running water, access to public road and toilets with reasonable accessories can be called as habitual place
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Habitable

A residence that is safe and fit for human habitation. By law in every state but Colorado, landlords must offer habitable premises and keep them up. Although the definition of a habitable dwelling varies from state to state, all agree that basic services (adequate heat, hot water, and plumbing) and a sound structure that does not pose unreasonable ...
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