vendible[ ven-duh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF vendible
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VENDIBLE
He is incapable of knowing the value of anything less tangible and vendible!
The value of a vendible commodity, he says, lasts for some time at least.
For Bill Day's sister was a "maid not vendible," as Shakespeare has it.
I allude to the vacant territory, the extent of which is so vast, and the vendible value of which is so well ascertained.
Another man might have utilized some of the material; he lacked the skill to set it in vendible form.
Every dollar's worth of vendible property in the world is equal in value to a dollar in gold.
Cloth of a high wool is not in request, but such as is low shorn is most vendible.
The labour of the menial servant, on the contrary, does not fix or realize itself in any particular subject or vendible commodity.
The monopolistic control is effected by means of the vendible securities covering the capital engaged.
The facts being, of course, that the undertaker in such a case seeks to produce economically as vendible a product as may be.