bankable

[ bang-kuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF bankable
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These are all paid in full once a fortnight in bankable money.

The same cupidity has given rise to two new terms in the miners' glossary,—trade dust and bankable dust.

Many merchants even keep a saucer of black sand in readiness to dilute their bankable gold to the utmost thinness it will bear.

Notes were usually made to pay a given number of "dollars, in good, bankable dust."

There is method, too, in the colonel's associations, and all his acquaintance is gilt-edged and bankable.

Doing things for others may not bring in bankable dividends but it does bring in happiness.

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