Merchantable

Mer'chant·a·ble adjective Fit for market; such as is usually sold in market, or such as will bring the ordinary price; as, merchantable wheat; sometimes, a technical designation for a particular kind or class.
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merchantable

Logs from which at least of the volume can be converted into sound grades of lumber ('standard and better' framing lumber). ... (05 Dec 1998) ...
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merchantable

sellable adjective fit to be offered for sale; `marketable produce`
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Merchantable

• (a.) Fit for market; such as is usually sold in market, or such as will bring the ordinary price; as, merchantable wheat; sometimes, a technical designation for a particular kind or class.
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Merchantable

(adj) Merchantable is the classification of goods or articles which can be sold or otherwise transferred for a consideration through a generally accepted sales practice. Merchandisable implies that the goods are ready for sale.
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merchantable

adj. a product of a high enough quality to make it fit for sale. To be merchantable an article for sale must be usable for the purpose it is made. It must be of average worth (not necessarily special) in the marketplace and must not be broken, unworkable, damaged, contaminated or flawed.
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Merchantable

Of a high enough quality to be fit for sale. To be merchantable, an article for sale must be usable for the purpose it is made. It must be of average worth in the marketplace and must not be broken, unworkable, damaged, contaminated, or flawed.
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