- capable of being collected.
Origin of collectible
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Examples from the Web for collectibles
People were “collectibles” to Cosell, according to Ribowsky.The Only Sportscaster That Mattered: New Biography of Howard Cosell
November 20, 2011
Two leather-topped tables, which look a bit like African drums, by Ronan and Erwin Bouroullec hold keepsakes and collectibles.Design Treasures on the Block
October 14, 2011
We have a Rare Book Room where there are collectibles at all price ranges.How the Strand Thrives
February 23, 2011
And a bookshop, and a collectibles shop, and an antique shop.Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town</p>
Word Origin and History for collectibles
also collectables, "things worth collecting," 1952, American English, from collectible.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper