English version

livable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlivableliv‧a‧ble /ˈlɪvəbəl/ adjective especially American English  another spelling of liveable
Examples from the Corpus
livableThe area is poor, but livable.Built on stilts near the Brazos River, the shack was livable.When he bought the Talmadge only 10 out of 50 units were livable, he said.And a few visionaries are also charting ways to fit the automobile into a more livable lifestyle.Their feeling for the past gave me hope for the future, and awakened my sense of the livable times ahead.Bisbee has recently been voted one of the most livable towns in the country.Tollemarche was livable with Pete, but without him it will be intolerable.livable working conditions
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