Definition of "saleable" [sale•a•ble]

  • Variant of salable. (adjective)

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Use "saleable" in a sentence
  • "This applied equally to the "Special Order Department," and I am afraid, if the subject were probed to the bottom, it would be found that every article sold in Ruhleben -- fully ninety per cent. of which probably would be construed as articles saleable from the canteen if shops were unavailable -- contributes its toll of seven-and-a-half per cent. to the German authorities."
  • "Reed was in possession of several individual bags of marijuana, which police called a saleable quantity."
  • "Means that you're probably not 'saleable' enough to enough markets."