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  • adj. Not sellable; very hard to sell.


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un- +‎ sellable


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

  • 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.

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

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

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

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  • 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

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

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  • Sooo, what ends up happening is that some smart people realize that "hey, one of these days the bubble is going to collapse", so they naturally sell off their houses and stocks, and then other people panic and start selling off, and the next thing you know the housing market has collapsed and you are stuck with two unsellable houses and two unpayable mortgages.

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  • The ability to split home assets that were previously unsellable.

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  • McChrystal was quoted as calling the period in 2009 when the president was deciding whether to send more troops to Afghanistan "painful" and said the president appeared ready to hand him an "unsellable" position.

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