unsaleable


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unsaleable

(ʌnˈseɪləbəl) or

unsalable

adj
not capable of being sold
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unsaleable - impossible to sell
Translations

unsaleable

unsalable (US) [ˈʌnˈseɪləbl] ADJinvendible

unsaleable

[ʌnˈseɪləbəl] (British) unsalable (US) adjinvendable

unsaleable

, (US) unsalable
adjunverkäuflich; to be unsaleablesich nicht verkaufen lassen; bread becomes unsaleable after 2 daysBrot kann man nach 2 Tagen nicht mehr verkaufen

unsaleable

unsalable (Am) [ʌnˈseɪləbl] adjinvendibile
References in classic literature ?
Unsaleable in the ordinary course of business on account of its noble proportions, it had been ceded to the Professor for a few pence by a marine dealer in the east of London.
Then they met Sikandar Khan coming down with a few unsaleable screws - remnants of his string -and Mahbub, who has more of horse-coping in his little fingernail than Sikandar Khan in all his tents, must needs buy two of the worst, and that meant eight hours' laborious diplomacy and untold tobacco.
His wife departed too (but only to Italy), and this house of moneyed ease, presumably unsaleable, had stood empty for several years.
Academic Forum of the Islamic Movement In Nigeria (IMN), South-West Zone, has said that the Shiite leader, Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, was never expelled from Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria, describing such as another lie and unsaleable blackmail against the group's leader, who is currently in detention at Directorate of State Security office in Abuja.
One of the parcels is under agreement to be sold, but the other parcel has been neglected for many years, contains a badly dilapidated vacant home that is likely to be condemned by the town, and because of certain restrictions and the condition of the property, is basically unsaleable.
"He is unhappy, like many others affected by the proximity of the proposed line, that he was left with no choice but to sell his family home to HS2, as the proposed line had rendered it unsaleable on the open market - thus destroying all he and his family had worked for."
Pub chain rep Brigid Simmonds said: "Tenants should not be charged for unsaleable beer.
Flowers are harvested as buds to allow for transport time, but premature opening or failure to open makes the product unsaleable. This leads to a waste of resources as cut flowers have a very short shelf-life, and there is substantial waste in the supply chain.
She told the meeting that not only would their lives be ruined if the proposal went ahead but their house would be unsaleable.
Reverse distribution involves moving unsold saleable inventory within, or removing unsaleable inventory from, the pharmaceutical supply chain.
"The home was bought new from Berkeley Parks so should never have deteriorated like this so that by the time my father died 15 months later it was unsaleable," she says.
When unmarried men are seen as lacking sexual competence, a commodified value is added to women's marital status; a woman is given the denigrating label 'unsaleable' (tidak laku) when she remains single beyond a certain age.