sellable

ADJECTIVE
  1. fit to be offered for sale
    marketable produce
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How To Use sellable In A Sentence

  • Justine Greening, shadow Treasury minister, said many cars would become virtually unsellable as a result.
  • Japanese knotweed is by far the worst offender and can make a home unsellable. Times, Sunday Times
  • At 20,000 sq ft, a lack of separate accommodation would make it unsellable. Times, Sunday Times
  • I'm too busy these days to deal with getting it into sellable, runnable shape and I don't want to hassle with eBay bidders or anything of the sort.
  • The markets there are growing restless at the inordinate time it can take for a reported breakthrough to be translated into sellable product.
  • The challenge now is to transform those policies into sellable propositions.
  • The London-based Arts Lost Register (ALR) said the two works, Madame Baccelli by Thomas Gainsborough and View of Florence by Bernardo Belloto, together worth £ 3 million, were unsellable.
  • ‘We have some artists that we cannot justly take on new business for and still support the galleries that helped make that artist as sellable as he is today,’ said Harris.
  • Furthermore, some websites sell unboxed toners that would otherwise be unsellable in most shops.
  • My sense is that Boston won't go into bankruptcy - it owns too much property for this to be sellable to the public - but inevitably some smaller diocese will.
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