unmarketable


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unmarketable

(ʌnˈmɑːkɪtəbəl)
adj
(Marketing) not capable of being promoted for sale
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unmarketable - not fit for saleunmarketable - not fit for sale      
unsalable, unsaleable - impossible to sell
2.unmarketable - not capable of being soldunmarketable - not capable of being sold    
unsalable, unsaleable - impossible to sell
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unmarketable

[ˈʌnˈmɑːkɪtəbl] ADJinvendible

unmarketable

References in classic literature ?
His own ill-favoured person, which was quite unmarketable, escaped without injury; but poor Wildfire, unconscious of his price, turned on his flank and painfully panted his last.
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The cyclist, who secured his fifth Olympic gold medal on Sunday in the sprint after a head-to-head with team-mate Callum Skinner, bemoaned a lack of sponsorship ahead of the Rio Games and described himself as unmarketable.
Until such time, they may bear green, misshapen fruit with acidic-tasting juice, which, while not harmful to consumers, is unmarketable.
An ever weaker EU could collapse soon, and free up the other nation states, also struggling under its unmarketable conditions.
When the disease is severe, defoliation, dieback and fruit drop occur and infected fruits are less valuable or entirely unmarketable, he added.
It means fishermen will have to land their whole catch of those stocks, rather than throwing any unmarketable fish overboard.
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