Lexicographical Neighbors of Habitably
Literary usage of Habitably
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Story of the White House by Esther Singleton (1907)
"... the Public Shabby House will barely repair and carpet it; and Mrs. Polk prefers something habitably furnished, even if smaller and at her own expense. ..."
2. Rural Letters and Other Records of Thought at Leisure: Written in the by Nathaniel Parker Willis (1849)
"There are more romantic, wilder places than this in the world, but none on earth more habitably ..."
3. My Path Through Life by Lilli Lehmann (1914)
"Many of them were half museums, and yet practically and habitably arranged. Alma Tadema, for instance, had drawn the design for all the furniture in Mr. ..."
4. Cosmos: A Sketch of a Physical Description of the Universe by Alexander von Humboldt (1860)
"That which may have been regarded as the habitably comfortable element in a landscape seems to have alone attracted the Greeks and Romans, ..."