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- adj. Not marketable
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not fit for the market; not salable; of no merely pecuniary value.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not capable of being sold
- adj. not fit for sale
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Stephen Farber talks to Precious 'Lee Daniels about his early film called unmarketable due to its unflinching portrayal of inner-city suffering-is now the season's most buzzed-about release.
"Push: Based on the Novel by Sapphire," to the Sundance film called unmarketable due to its unflinching portrayal of inner-city suffering-is now the season's most buzzed-about release.
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Owners of Westminster Mall sue city, saying it's made property "unmarketable"
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We were told by an outside web consultant that our iWeb site was "unmarketable".
It helped jump start a second wave of interest in anime, even though it was labeled by both George Lucas and Steven Spielberg as "unmarketable" in the United States.