bankable

[bang-kuh-buhl]
adjective
1.
acceptable for processing by a bank: bankable checks and money orders.
2.
considered powerful, prestigious, or stable enough to ensure profitability: Without bankable stars the film script aroused no interest.

Origin:
1810–20, Americanism; bank2 + -able

bankability, noun
nonbankable, adjective
unbankable, adjective
unbankableness, noun
unbankably, adverb
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bankable (ˈbæŋkəbəl)
 
adj
1.  appropriate for receipt by a bank
2.  dependable or reliable: a bankable promise
3.  (esp of a star) likely to ensure the financial success of a film
 
banka'bility
 
n

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Example sentences
Instead there's bankable talent and a credible, long-arc career.
Familiar actors have a built-in audience, and familiar stories are even more
  bankable.
Though she never catapulted into the more bankable pop world, she broke ground.
Some facilities choose not to bank the emissions due to the time, cost and the
  amount of bankable credits.
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