unsaleable

[ UK /ʌnsˈe‍ɪləbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ənˈseɪɫəbəɫ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. impossible to sell
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How To Use unsaleable In A Sentence

  • The book is definitely an academic book, but given the general level of interest in race and economic liberty issues not one that is inherently unsaleable to a somewhat broader audience.
  • When we get saddled with unsaleable items, it costs us money to get rid of them.
  • She admitted to taking three Pringles from an unsaleable damaged box.
  • When I was short-listed for the Booker last time round, I spent five years writing what was probably my most unsaleable book of all - Ghosts.
  • Plenty meant ruin to agriculturists, and commercial 'gluts' resulting in manufacturers 'warehouses crammed with unsaleable goods. The English Utilitarians, Volume II (of 3) James Mill
  • I said, politely, that I didn't like them, thinking he had mistaken me for someone who might be happy to help him get rid of his unsaleable items and that he must have kept back his stock of fashion footwear.
  • The book is definitely an academic book, but given the general level of interest in race and economic liberty issues not one that is inherently unsaleable to a somewhat broader audience.
  • The shop was stocked out with unsaleable Cantona merchandise and they all went to kids in Africa in the end.
  • When I was short-listed for the Booker last time round, I spent five years writing what was probably my most unsaleable book of all - Ghosts.
  • The NFU was also concerned that meat and milk from vaccinated stock would be unsaleable.
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