inhospitable


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Related to inhospitable: capacious, laudatory, obstreperous, perspicuous
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Synonyms for inhospitable

Synonyms for inhospitable

so disagreeable as to discourage approach

Antonyms for inhospitable

unfavorable to life or growth

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not hospitable

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Audiences will hear him talk about visiting some of the world's most inhospitable places to capture images against the odds and share stories about everything from diving under ice and swimming with whales.
The force is looking for a good road network in one of the most inhospitable terrains for security forces in the marshy Rann of Kutch area to secure India's borders with Pakistan more effectively.
With this enhanced airlift capability the IAF will now be in a better position to meet the requirements of our land forces who are heavily dependent on the air bridge for sustainence in these higher and inhospitable areas.
Mankind has flitted through space and, inevitably, the inhospitable planet on which the Smiths find themselves marooned turns out to be Earth.
Summary: Scientists have managed to film living things in one of the most inhospitable spots in the deep ocean.
It is pretty tough and can grow in an exposed location - its other common name is the Mountain Ash and can be seen living in the most inhospitable outcrops on the side of a mountain.
The planets, which are notoriously hard to detect, are known as WASP-12 and HAT-P-20, are of similar size to Jupiter and are extremely inhospitable.
The selected poems in this collection are from Neri's Natural Theater (1998), Arms and Trades (2004), and Inhospitable Landscapes (2009).
With tips on breeds of plants that can thrive in the climate and survive both extremes of temperature, "High and Dry" is a scholarly and well researched book on gardening in inhospitable climates.
They were outnumbered, fighting in inhospitable conditions, and without the promise of British military support.
Britain's foremost survival expert, Ray Mears, tackles one of the world's most inhospitable habitats in his new series.
That same shower of high-velocity metallic particles found in the tusks probably perforated the skin and soft tissues of the mammoths, causing extensive hemorrhaging and more or less immediate, widespread death rather than having "rendered much of northern Alaska inhospitable for decades.
Here, after travelling inhospitable continents on the trail of a are Turkish dragon, they find that an epidemic has struck British shores and is killing off her greatest defence - her dragon air force.
MAKE prisons inhospitable places, not the hotels they're rapidly turning into.
But Diveen's time in Dublin unsettled her and moved her to declare the city an inhospitable place for foreigners.