- capable of being soldalso sp. vend′able
- Obs. venal
Origin of vendibleMiddle English from Classical Latin vendibilis from vendere: see vend
- Suitable or fit for sale; salable: vendible items of food.
- Obsolete Venal.
Something that can be sold.
(comparative more vendible, superlative most vendible)
- Vendible indicates that something can be sold, whereas marketable signifies that it is proper or fit to be sold, according to regulations and customs.
- Anything that can be bought and sold.