Definitions

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  • adjective Not sellable; very hard to sell.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ sellable

Examples

  • It leaves manufacturers with things made before the rules - and now unsellable, which is why burned them.

    JSOnline.com

  • The objective of Bernanke's $1.25 trillion program, which is called quantitative easing, was to transfer the banks "unsellable" MBS onto the Fed's balance sheet.

    Dandelion Salad

  • I am told that Ferguson has called me 'unsellable'.

    The Guardian World News

  • Obama appeared ready to hand him an "unsellable" position.

    CNSNews.com Headlines

  • This would likely lead to the phasing out of ailing branches, such as unsellable brands and factories, and the continuation of successful brands.

    Deutsche Welle: DW-WORLD.DE

  • Wednesday, Nov 05, 2008 ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha contract journal: Buyers wary of bidding for David McLean due to 'unsellable' flats

    House Price Crash News Blog

  • A further consequence is that lots of unsellable empty houses means a great rental market for you for the forseeable future. julia ajijic

    Renting in Ajijic

  • A further consequence is that lots of unsellable empty houses means a great rental market for you for the forseeable future. julia ajijic

    Renting in Ajijic

  • A further consequence is that lots of unsellable empty houses means a great rental market for you for the forseeable future. julia ajijic

    Renting in Ajijic

  • A further consequence is that lots of unsellable empty houses means a great rental market for you for the forseeable future. julia ajijic

    Renting in Ajijic

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