How to use Livable in a sentence

livable
  • The emphasis should be on making the area livable not just creating boxes to live in.

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  • In 2006, Cleveland was one of Money Magazine's Best Places to Live, and in 2005, Cleveland and Pittsburgh were ranked by The Economist as the Most Livable in the United States.

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  • They turn a cellar into a workable, livable area.

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  • An inspection or appraisal proving the mobile home is livable and up to the standards of the lender.

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  • Greenhouse gases, like carbon dioxide and methane, help trap heat in the lower atmosphere, keeping the earth livable for human beings.

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  • All of these design ideas will help you create a look that is a blend of relaxed, livable elements offering an intricate, fresh feel.

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  • Taking daily walks in a natural environment may help him to appreciate all the little imperfections in the world that somehow meld together into something livable and exotically romantic.

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  • Deducting a portion of your housing expense often involves measuring the workspace square footage and dividing by the square footage of livable space in your home.

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  • The computer that runs much of the systems that make the colony livable is sentient, a fact apparently known only to the computer repairman, Manny.

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  • The only good thing is the open and airy Wayne Manor, which actually seems livable, compared to the Burton version, but not very much of the movie takes place there so its charm is lost.

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  • The former includes providing a wheelchair-bound individual with access to the house and its amenities; the latter includes making the home more comfortable or livable for a resident with a medical illness or sensitivity.

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  • The ultimate goal is to make simple, easy renovations that will make the home more livable and valuable, while not walloping the bank account.

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