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Spell check of inhospitable

Correct spelling: inhospitable

Synonyms:
dismal, mortal, lonely, forlorn, godforsaken, unfriendly, unappealing, forsaken, rude, hard, abandoned, awful, adversarial, selfish, wild, inimical, unsympathetic, dreary, windswept, warn, barren, adversary, distant, water-washed, objectionable, inhumane, brusque, desert, uncongenial, anti-social, uninhabited, disagreeable, sterile, icy, hostile, antagonistic, unsociable, miserable, unhospitable, waste, jaundiced, forbidding, bad, deserted, bare, unattractive, cold, uninviting, stony, stark, churlish, negative, aloof, ungracious, harsh, misanthropic, antipathetic, uninhabitable, unpleasant, desolate, forgotten, bleak.

Antonyms:
accepting, sympathetic, affable, good-tempered, social, pleasant, welcoming, companionable, agreeable, warm, neighborly, empathetic, genial, gracious, convivial, sociable, devoted, kind, sweet, hospitable, kindly, good-natured, amicable, civil, cordial, comradely, gregarious, affectionate, understanding, approving, nice, warmhearted, benign, loving, friendly, amiable, favorable.

Examples of usage:

1) And so the winds help to overthrow Pharaoh and to bring the quails; and when a new thing has to be created, it approaches in its general idea to one of the few natural products of that inhospitable region. - "The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Exodus", G. A. Chadwick.

2) " Father does not like strangers," she said, blushing as she thought of the inhospitable scene of the preceding night. - "Only One Love, or Who Was the Heir", Charles Garvice.

3) " Here, I say," cried the little doctor, " don't be so horribly inhospitable when a man comes to see you?" - "One Maid's Mischief", George Manville Fenn.

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