• (British) IPA: /ˈvɛndɪb(ə)l/


  1. Salable; able to be bought, sold, or traded.
    • 1644, John Milton, Areopagitica; a Speech of Mr. John Milton for the Liberty of Vnlicenc’d Printing, to the Parlament of England, London: [s.n.], OCLC 879551664 ↗, page 28 ↗:
      But as for the multitude of Sermons ready printed and pil'd up, on every text that is not difficult, our London trading St. Thomas in his veſtry, and adde to boot St. Martin, and St. Hugh, have not within their hallow'd limits more vendible ware of all ſorts ready made: {{...}
    • 1625, Francis Bacon, Of Seditions and Troubles
      the regulating of prices of things vendible
    • 1837 Thomas Carlyle, The French Revolution: A History
      [I]f thou have any vendible faculty, nay if thou have but edacity and loquacity, come!
Translations Noun

vendible (plural vendibles)

  1. Anything that can be bought and sold.

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