Definition of inhabitability in English:

inhabitability

noun

  • See inhabitable

    • ‘As you know, it is normally the job of the surveyor scouts to go down to the surface and study the planet to ascertain is inhabitability.’
    • ‘The point I want to make here is that the forces we've allowed to shape the growth and development of our cities have little to do with their utility or inhabitability.’
    • ‘It is therefore an object of this invention to provide a cab locking apparatus which improves the inhabitability of a cab, increases the bed space and reduces the cost of production.’
    • ‘Its inhabitability and interior comfort are manifested through a clean design that is completely functional and friendly.’
    • ‘An inspection of the roof will occur on Wednesday, January 17, and more information regarding the building's inhabitability will be known at that time.’

Pronunciation

inhabitability

/ɪnˌhabɪtəˈbɪlɪti/