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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinhospitablein‧hos‧pi‧ta‧ble /ˌɪnhɒˈspɪtəbəl $ -hɑː-/ adjective  1 BADan inhospitable place is difficult to live or stay in because the weather conditions are unpleasant or there is no shelter an inhospitable climate He trekked across some of the most inhospitable terrain in the world.2 UNFRIENDLYan inhospitable person does not welcome visitors in a friendly wayinhospitable to Some governments are inhospitable to aid workers.
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inhospitableGenerally, the people I met in the city were rude and inhospitable.So many tourists had visited the monastery that the monks had grown somewhat inhospitable.inhospitable climateThe tribe has lived for generations in the inhospitable mountain regions of the country.The brokerage firm has always been extremely inhospitable to women.
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