collectible[ kuh-lek-tuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF collectible
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COLLECTIBLE
Of this amount about $25,000 covered accounts not included in their estimate of collectible indebtedness.
The balance outstanding at the close of 1900 was $75,014, and of this a considerable part was collectible.
Dic went out on "a" in place of "i" in collectible, Sukey turning him down.
Elim had some arrears of pay, but now he seriously doubted whether they were collectible.
January 30, 1864, the tax was increased to two cents a pound, collectible on all cotton coming from the Confederate States.
Pensions are collectible even if a person continues working.