Origin of receivable
OTHER WORDS FROM receivablere·ceiv·a·bil·i·ty, re·ceiv·a·ble·ness, nounnon·re·ceiv·a·ble, adjective, nounun·re·ceiv·a·ble, adjective
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How to use receivable in a sentence
The Toronto-based think tank points out that inventories and accounts receivable have shrunk by even more than cash has increased.
They have a woman who runs accounts payable and another who runs accounts receivable.
The bank capital was gone, and no one had money that was receivable for taxes.Civil War and Reconstruction in Alabama|Walter L. Fleming
I get very tired; but 211 I am obliged to go, because the Pevenseys know so many receivable people.John Leech, His Life and Work. Vol. 1|William Powell Frith
National bank-notes are not legal tender, but are receivable by the government for all obligations except customs dues.
No pay is, indeed, receivable by any true man; but power is receivable by him, in the love and faith you give him.Modern Painters, Volume V (of 5)|John Ruskin
Its notes were to be payable on demand in specie and to be receivable in all payments to the Government.Union and Democracy|Allen Johnson