- readily salable.
- of or relating to selling or buying: marketable values; marketable areas.
Origin of marketable
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Examples from the Web for unmarketable
So she began cold-calling farms—150—to ask them what they did with their unwanted or unmarketable produce.Waste Not, Want Not
March 13, 2011
Ernest himself, however, was chagrined at finding how unmarketable he was.The Way of All Flesh
Each bunch of grapes is placed separately in the basket after all unmarketable berries have been removed.Manual of American Grape-Growing
U. P. Hedrick
As to the unmarketable nature of his cargo, that specious plea is flatly disproved by the ship's manifest.An Old New Zealander
T. Lindsay Buick
I had always hated that obviously "property" spinning-wheel in the opera and Margaret's unmarketable thread.
The shell of infested Persian walnuts parts poorly from the husk and the nut is discolored, soiled and unmarketable.
- (of commodities, assets, etc)
- being in good demand; saleable
- suitable for sale
- of or relating to buying or selling on a marketmarketable value
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Word Origin and History for unmarketable
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