Origin of vendible
Examples from the Web for vendible
The facts being, of course, that the undertaker in such a case seeks to produce economically as vendible a product as may be.
He is incapable of knowing the value of anything less tangible and vendible!The Entail|John Galt
They were also in the habit of saying, Vendible wine needs no ivy hung up.Folk-lore of Shakespeare|Thomas Firminger Thiselton-Dyer
I allude to the vacant territory, the extent of which is so vast, and the vendible value of which is so well ascertained.
The monopolistic control is effected by means of the vendible securities covering the capital engaged.