merchantable

[ mur-chuh n-tuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF merchantable

Antonyms for merchantable

  • unmarketable
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They were not moved by his catalogue of the merchantable commodities which had been found.

How to convey the information in merchantable form was the next question.

They were paid for by the piece or dozen like any other merchantable article.

Merchantable tallow should never be used, as it contains acid.

I make two classes—good, sound, merchantable apples, and seconds.

The supply of merchantable timber was disappearing even more rapidly.

Every stick of matured, merchantable timber in the forests, not needed for protection of water-sheds, is for sale.

This is as cheap as merchantable English puddled iron can be imported, paying 25 per cent.

They are teaching the people that their ballots are merchantable products, and their ballot-box a rotten affair.

Even within reservations almost all the merchantable timber is owned by private individuals.

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