from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Variant of vendible.
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- adj. Alternative form of vendible.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as vendible.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. fit to be offered for sale
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And, by direct derivation, according to the sort of logic that lawyers like, the various owners of that belt of land have title-good vendable title-to the Moon somehow lodged collectively in them.
And, by direct derivation, according to the sort of logic that lawyers like, the various owners of that belt of land have title-good vendable title'to the Moon somehow lodged collectively in them.
A service mark identifies you as a provider of specific services rather than of vendable articles.
Jollife, — ffayle not to send the shipp Rebecka Victualled for three monthes to Virginea to Mr. Thomas Steggs, with some commoditty such as you shall vnder - stand to be there most vendable ffor vallewe of 120/. or
Those that go for discovery in the vessel, should be instructed to treat civilly yet warily, — for many Indians are very treacherous, — with the first Indian people they can discover; and to endeavour first to traftick with them, especially to buy provision, if the Indians can accommodate them with it; also to trade for furs or other things vendable.
And the purpose is in its nature mischievous; it is one which strikes at the value of a vendable article in the market, and if it gives a fictitious value, by means of false rumours, it is a fraud on all who may by possibility have to do with that article; it is a fraud on all the public who may have to do with the funds on the day to which the conspiracy applies.
The Trial of Charles Random de Berenger, Sir Thomas Cochrane, commonly called Lord Cochrane, the Hon. Andrew Cochrane Johnstone, Richard Gathorne Butt, Ralph Sandom, Alexander M'Rae, John Peter Holloway, and Henry Lyte for A Conspiracy In the Court of King's Bench, Guildhall, on Wednesday the 8th, and Thursday the 9th of June, 1814
And instead of being an ad for the main attraction, the book itself, it’s a vendable good on its own.