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Is there any difference between the words "habitable", and "inhabitable"?

As far as I understand they both mean:

Suitable to be lived in or on.

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That's right, they both mean the same thing. The OED even defines 'inhabitable' as 'habitable'.

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From what I looked up, Inhabitable: means conditions able to live in. Habitable: conditions good enough to live in. So what I understand, its inhabitable to live at sea level grounds, but its also habitable on the top of the himalayas.

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