- bank shot,
- bank statement,
- bank swallow,
- bank-and-turn indicator,
- banker's acceptance,
- banker's bill
Origin of bankable
Examples from the Web for bankable
But her age—a tender 13 years—is nearing too old for a bankable model.Secrets of an Underage Model: Prostitution, Money in New Film ‘Girl Model’|Anna Klassen|September 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Remaining among the very young at heart is how your next big, bankable idea springs to mind.
Elsewhere in the game category, classic characters and bankable franchises reign.
Will it make her husband Clifford bankable in Hollywood again?
Doing things for others may not bring in bankable dividends but it does bring in happiness.Laugh and Live|Douglas Fairbanks
There is method, too, in the colonel's associations, and all his acquaintance is gilt-edged and bankable.
These are all paid in full once a fortnight in bankable money.The Impending Crisis of the South|Hinton Rowan Helper
Notes were usually made to pay a given number of "dollars, in good, bankable dust."
The same cupidity has given rise to two new terms in the miners' glossary,—trade dust and bankable dust.