lendable

[len-duh-buhl]
adjective
reserved or at hand for purposes of lending: lendable stock; lendable money.

Origin:
1605–15; lend + -able

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Example sentences
As a result, they increase the bank's lendable funds base and serve all the traditional functions of core deposits.
Deposits, the traditional source of lendable funds for my bank and many others, are not sufficient to meet the demand for loans.
Redemptions and the repayment of loan amounts determined the lendable proceeds available to participating governmental units.
Lendable value is value after application of appropriate haircuts.
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