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.
If the Scheme is implemented, MOD shareholders (other than European shareholders, ineligible foreign shareholders and MOD shareholders who hold an unmarketable parcel) will receive scrip consideration of 0.0664 new Sandfire shares for every 1 MOD share held.
* Much more is deemed excess or unmarketable because it is not attractive enough and is plowed under or dumped into landfills where it creates methane, a harmful greenhouse gas.
GDI has impaired the drilling rig Al Doha as declared in its 2018 financial statements due to being off contract and unmarketable in its present technical conditions.
GDI has impaired the drilling rig 'Al Doha', as declared in its 2018 financial statements due to being off-contract and unmarketable in its present technical conditions.
Any unmarketable specimens go into the soup on offer at the farm's restaurant, allowing visitors to sample the fruit as well as learn how it's grown.
However, there are few viable options for the amount of paint collected that is difficult to recycle because it is an unmarketable color (e.g., pinks, yellows), spoiled, dried out, or has been frozen and thawed too many times.
The corporation currently considers 50 ILUs, three ALUs and 10 rehab beds to be unmarketable, and all occupancy statistics are calculated on a marketable unit basis.
The TCJA will therefore likely bring previously unmarketable life insurance policies back into the life settlement market.
However, he noted that some projects, such as pot hire and tent renting, had proved to be unmarketable because customers nowadays were interested in sophisticated decorations.
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" Improper pruning, according to Gicheru, makes mango fruits acquire different shades, some having black marks that make them unmarketable as the market prefers mangoes with a uniform colour.