salable

[ sey-luh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF salable
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And after all, how can a real artist be concerned as to just how salable his product is to be?

He had never, since he owned the place, had a salable crop of fruit.

He knew at sight whether it was a fair, salable article or not.

The prisoners condemned to transportation were a salable commodity.

There are very few houses there; and it is difficult to make it salable for residences.

It must be remembered that the stuff is canned when it is not salable in its natural state.

It may well be that, as one adjudged to be a rebel to his country, his property should not be salable.

There was nothing in the shape of a mining claim that was not salable.

He knew by election day the price of every salable vote in the county.

There were the bonds, not as many as they had been, but still fine, salable bonds.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SALABLE

marketable

adjectiveeasily sold; in demand
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