- capable of being vended; salable: vendible commodities.
- Obsolete. mercenary; venal.
- Usually vendibles. vendible articles.
Origin of vendible
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Examples from the Web for vendible
He is incapable of knowing the value of anything less tangible and vendible!The Entail
The value of a vendible commodity, he says, lasts for some time at least.Harmonies of Political Economy
For Bill Day's sister was a "maid not vendible," as Shakespeare has it.The End Of The World
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.The Recipe for Diamonds
Charles John Cutcliffe Wright Hyne
- saleable or marketable
- obsolete venal
- (usually plural) rare a saleable object
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