redeemable

[ ri-dee-muh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF redeemable
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REDEEMABLE

Why, pard, them's chips; every one redeemable at the bar in gold.

This check was redeemable for one dollar—the girls' source of revenue!

The Confederate currency was redeemable "six months after the ratification of a treaty of peace with the United States."

They were issued during the Civil War, they bear no interest, and are redeemable in coin upon the demand of the holder.

By and by there came a lull, and the redeemable woman appeared, emerging from the smoke of the fury.

But this letter proves that there are redeemable qualities in Molly despite her birth and bad life.

All national bank notes have been redeemable solely in Treasury notes.

And they wanted to issue bonds; also paper money, redeemable in yams and cabbages in fifty years.

Those were redeemable weirds, weirds within the bounds of normal human endeavor.

To make the script valuable, it had to be issued in the form of a note, redeemable in gold at a certain time.

WORD ORIGIN

1610s, from redeem + -able.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR REDEEMABLE

reparable

adjectiveremediable
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