Definition of "merchantable"
  1. High enough in quality to be sold, being average or above in market value, and free of damage, flaws or any condition that prevents its use for its intended purpose
How to use "merchantable" in a sentence
  1. The shopkeeper checked the fruits to ensure they were merchantable before putting them on display.
  2. Josh was unable to sell his car as it was not in a merchantable state.
  3. The painting was deemed merchantable due to its pristine condition and high market value.

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