purchasable

[ pur-chuh-suh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF purchasable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PURCHASABLE

How the opinions of a press that are so purchasable, are at all respected, I cannot understand.

I know that we had compensation in things not purchasable here for money.

It gave a false seeming of value to every purchasable thing.

English goods of every kind are not purchasable, at least by me.

Not for twenty louis, not for twenty thousand, should it ever have been purchasable.

And purchasable they are at the beginning of life, though not at its close.

He could have given any sort of bribe had he deemed the Frenchman purchasable.

Their equipment and supplies were as good as any purchasable.

No one would object to paying 'dear for his whistle,' if that quality was purchasable.

The intention was to obtain for five Prussian thalers the gold pistoles, which were purchasable for five convention thalers.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PURCHASABLE

venal

adjectivebribable, corruptible
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