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unsaleable

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Pronunciation: /ʌnˈseɪləb(ə)l
 
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(also unsalable)

Definition of unsaleable in English:

adjective

Not able to be sold: the house proved unsaleable
More example sentences
  • The shop was stocked out with unsaleable Cantona merchandise and they all went to kids in Africa in the end.
  • The NFU was also concerned that meat and milk from vaccinated stock would be unsaleable.
  • She admitted to taking three Pringles from an unsaleable damaged box.

Derivatives

unsaleability

1
Pronunciation: /-ˈbɪlɪti/
noun
Example sentences
  • These include problems of servicing loans, high maintenance and repair costs, and geographical and social immobility caused by unsaleability.
  • The references to subsidence and the unsaleability of the property are, of course, the opinions of a layman.
  • The government would not be allowed to compensate farmers for the lower prices or unsaleability of their products.

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