[ UK /sˈe‍ɪləbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˈseɪɫəbəɫ/ ]
  1. capable of being sold; fit for sale
    saleable at a low price
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How To Use saleable In A Sentence

  • A saleable commodity, the right to occupy or use the air space above a specific property.
  • Rita had turned down a saleable range because she wanted to protect her regulars and the perks that came with them. YELLOW BIRD
  • For future markets, conformation and a consistently high yield of saleable meat will be paramount.
  • It was stated that banks could only lend to farms that could be sold in an agricultural depression - startling to those who know that farms are unsaleable in an agricultural depression.
  • Half of them had been arrested following the discovery of marijuana and LSD in saleable quantities. A CONVICTION OF GUILT
  • Rics said: ‘Buyers need buildings insurance before lenders will grant a mortgage, so these uninsurable homes could also be rendered unsaleable.’
  • It was important, however, and when in the 1870s James Shorb, a typical pioneer, found that many of the million bottles of wine he was making every year proved unsaleable, he reverted to selling only brandy.
  • The first company to market them in tomato sauce became so favoured as to make the others almost unsaleable.
  • Important advantages are its short makeready times of only seven minutes, as well as the minimum initial wastage of just 10 startup sheets to the first sheets of saleable quality. Aktuellste Pressemeldungen der PresseBox
  • The venue is the CYMS Hall, Killorglin, and the event will include a cake sale for which saleable items would be very welcome.
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