unsellable

unsellable

(ʌnˈsɛləbəl)
adj
(Commerce) not able to be sold; not capable of attracting a buyer
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"They smashed car windows, snapped off aerials and wing mirrors, and left every car unsellable.
"There is surely interest in Perisic and in this moment there are no sellable or unsellable players at the club."
Taiwanese tech firm HTC does not want to follow the footsteps of embattled Canadian phonemaker BlackBerry is making expensive, but unsellable phones.
Exceptions to this rule will apply, for example where the goods would become unsellable but, again, the changes will slow the process and delay recovery of rental arrears.
He returns with the series where he sometimes less than politely asks vendors with unsellable houses to improve if they want to move.
But the issue here is that devel- opers in Hillfields seek yet again to dump a whole load of unsellable, sub-standard and tiny "shoebox" flats in an area crying out for affordable and decent rented family homes, where we have lost over 500 under the guise of Swanswell "Re-Generation".
It has slashed its key federal funds rate five times since September and also tried more targeted measures to unstick markets, most recently providing financial institutions with EUR200bn in direct lending against their unsellable housing collateral.
Five, 7.30pm NOBODY would have ever have thought it, but sending a straight-talking American design guru round unsellable British homes has made TV gold.
More recently I've started to see it in a different light, particularly when hearing professional marketing people, with a wonderland of digital technology at their fingertips, tearing their hair out over allegedly unsellable events.
He said: ``Retailers often knock 20% off merchandise that will not sell, but they have been doing that since the autumn so they are not left with unsellable goods.
RETRO TV shows like time-travel police drama Ashes to Ashes have fuelled a surge in demand for previously unsellable "naff classic" cars, according to a new survey.
The unsellable surpluses he delivered to the poor of the district for them to burn on their fires.