Definition of "lienable"
  1. The quality of being able to be the subject of a legal claim or right that is secured by property
How to use "lienable" in a sentence
  1. Because the property is lienable, it can be used as collateral for the debt.
  2. The car, due to it being lienable, was subject to the lien placed by the creditor.
  3. The collectors identified the individual's assets as lienable, indicating that the claim could be secured.

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