Definition of Salability

1. Noun. The quality of being salable or marketable.

Exact synonyms: Salableness
Generic synonyms: Quality
Derivative terms: Salable, Salable



Definition of Salability

1. n. The quality or condition of being salable; salableness.

Definition of Salability

1. Noun. The extent to which something can easily be sold ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Salability

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Salability

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sal ammoniac
sal diureticum
sal soda
sal volatile
salaah
salaam
salaam attack
salaam convulsions
salaam spasm
salaamed
salaaming
salaams
salaat
salabilities
salability (current term)
salable
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salaciously
salaciousness
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salacities
salacity
salad
salad-dodger
salad-oil
salad bar
salad bars
salad bowl

Literary usage of Salability

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1. Mechanical Draft: A Practical Treatise by Sturtevant, B.F., Co (1898)
"The feature of salability is of especial importance when a plant is to be altered — increased, for instance — and a new fan of different capacity is ..."

2. Mechanical Draft: A Practical Treatise by B.F. Sturtevant Company, Sturtevant, B.F., Co (1898)
"The feature of salability is of especial importance when a plant is to be altered — increased, for instance — and a new fan of different ..."

3. Auditing Theory and Practice by Robert Hiester Montgomery (1912)
"Another very important question in connection with the valuation of sheet stock and bound books is that of salability. Cost is far too high a valuation of ..."

4. The Financial Organization of Society by Harold Glenn Moulton (1921)
"salability and transferability. Three legal principles have been developed to ... On the matter of salability a word of explanation will be sufficient. ..."

5. The Foundations of National Prosperity: Studies in the Conservation of by Richard Theodore Ely, Ralph Henry Hess, Charles Kenneth Leith, Thomas Nixon Carver (1917)
"By the same process of standardization, any other commodity may approach gold coin in salability, though it may not quite reach it. ..."

6. Mechanical Draft: A Practical Treatise by Sturtevant, B.F., Co (1898)
"The feature of salability is of especial importance when a plant is to be altered — increased, for instance — and a new fan of different capacity is ..."

7. Mechanical Draft: A Practical Treatise by B.F. Sturtevant Company, Sturtevant, B.F., Co (1898)
"The feature of salability is of especial importance when a plant is to be altered — increased, for instance — and a new fan of different ..."

8. Auditing Theory and Practice by Robert Hiester Montgomery (1912)
"Another very important question in connection with the valuation of sheet stock and bound books is that of salability. Cost is far too high a valuation of ..."

9. The Financial Organization of Society by Harold Glenn Moulton (1921)
"salability and transferability. Three legal principles have been developed to ... On the matter of salability a word of explanation will be sufficient. ..."

10. The Foundations of National Prosperity: Studies in the Conservation of by Richard Theodore Ely, Ralph Henry Hess, Charles Kenneth Leith, Thomas Nixon Carver (1917)
"By the same process of standardization, any other commodity may approach gold coin in salability, though it may not quite reach it. ..."

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