salable

[sey-luh-buhl]
adjective
subject to or suitable for sale; readily sold: The books were sent back by the store in salable condition.
Also, saleable.


Origin:
1520–30; sale + -able

salability, noun
salably, adverb
nonsalability, noun
nonsalable, adjective
nonsalably, adverb
unsalability, noun
unsalable, adjective
unsalably, adverb
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salable (ˈseɪləbəl)
 
adj
the US spelling of saleable

saleable or salable (ˈseɪləbəl)
 
adj
fit for selling or capable of being sold
 
salable or salable
 
adj
 
salea'bility or salable
 
n
 
'saleableness or salable
 
n
 
sala'bility or salable
 
n
 
'salableness or salable
 
n
 
'saleably or salable
 
adv
 
'salably or salable
 
adv

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Example sentences
Refining crude oil into salable products is a commodity business.
The movement of the future for bio technology is to make many salable finished
  products from your feedstocks.
Their reason for being-and their residents' reason for living within them-was
  no longer to produce salable goods and services.
Typically, several pounds of small fish are needed to produce one pound of
  salable flesh.
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