Meaning of inhospitably in English:

inhospitably

Pronunciation /ˌɪnhɒˈspɪtəbli/

Translate inhospitably into Spanish

adverb

See inhospitable

‘As spring turns to summer, the mercury rises drastically in the region, making the deserts that are likely to be the theatre for war, inhospitably hot.’
  • ‘The area has gold, coal, tin, oil, and reindeer, but making a living out of any of them is tough because of inhospitably cold temperatures and high winds.’
  • ‘The breathtaking scenery, which ranges from inhospitably barren to invitingly lush, makes The Motorcycle Diaries a story of the land as much as a story of the two men traveling it.’
  • ‘It was not a ‘garden’ but, instead, an inhospitably extreme environment for most organisms.’
  • ‘In a land so inescapably and inhospitably cold, hockey is the dance of life, an affirmation that despite the deathly chill of winter we are alive.’