appraiseable

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

appraise +‎ -able

AdjectiveEdit

appraiseable (comparative more appraiseable, superlative most appraiseable)

  1. Able to be considered in high regard or determined to be able to be appraised and therefore sold for at a desired profit
    • 1865, George Augustus Sala, My diary in America in the midst of war: Volume 2, page 381
      But there they are, merchantable and appraiseable, and some of their purchase-money will stick to somebody's fingers in transitu, of that be assured.
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