inhospitable Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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inhospitableadjective

uk   us   /ˌɪn.hɒsˈpɪt.ə.bl̩/ /ˌɪn.hɑːˈspɪt̬-/

inhospitable adjective (PERSON)

not welcoming or generous to people who visit you: I'll have to cook them a meal or they'll think I'm inhospitable.

inhospitable adjective (PLACE)

An inhospitable area is not suitable for humans to live in: They had to trek for miles through inhospitable countryside.
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