Thesaurus / saleable
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Everything is saleable in Venice, even the wives of the gentry, if you pay well.

This is the most saleable series of 25 cent books ever printed.

All these three great countries are still full of men, of gear, of saleable futures.

What is Coming?H. G. Wells

They succeeded as saleable literature, and they gained the Earl's favour.

Montaigne and ShakspereJohn M. Robertson

All that we claimed as to the poster is still more justified for the presentation of the saleable objects themselves.

The feather pillows, sheets, and blankets: bits of carpet or oilcloth, and as much of their clothing as was saleable or pawnable.

In general, to the extent that any commodity meets these tests, it will be saleable.

The Value of MoneyBenjamin M. Anderson, Jr.

Oh, you've done all in your power to make your Circassian a saleable article, I admit.

A Woman's BurdenFergus Hume

Under native rule interests in land were generally too precarious to be saleable.

It is not necessary to gather the fruit so often, nor to handle it so carefully, while practically all of it is saleable.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.