- Purchasable Pur"chas*a*ble, a.
Capable of being bought, purchased, or obtained for a
consideration; hence, venal; corrupt.
The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.
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purchasable — index mercenary, venal Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
purchasable — adjective 1. capable of being corrupted corruptible judges dishonest politicians a purchasable senator a venal police officer • Syn: ↑corruptible, ↑bribable, ↑dishonest, ↑ … Useful english dictionary
purchasable — /ˈpɜtʃəsəbəl/ (say perchuhsuhbuhl) adjective 1. capable of being bought: *There was something in her manner which gave him to understand that her services were purchasable. –oliné keese, 1859. 2. that may be won over by bribery; venal.… … Australian English dictionary
purchasable — purchase ► VERB ▪ obtain by payment; buy. ► NOUN 1) the action of buying. 2) a thing bought. 3) firm contact or grip. 4) a pulley or similar device for moving heavy objects. DERIVATIVES purchasable … English terms dictionary
purchasable — adjective see purchase I … New Collegiate Dictionary
purchasable — purchasability, n. /perr cheuh seuh beuhl/, adj. 1. capable of being bought. 2. that may be influenced by bribery; venal. [1605 15; PURCHASE + ABLE] * * * … Universalium
purchasable — adjective a) Able to be purchased b) Affordable … Wiktionary
purchasable — Synonyms and related words: approachable, available, bribable, buyable, corrupt, corruptible, fixable, hireling, marketable, mercenary, obtainable, on the market, on the pad, on the take, salable, slippery, to be had, treacherous, tricky,… … Moby Thesaurus
purchasable — I (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Marketable] Syn. salable, on sale, for sale; see commercial 1 , retail . 2. [Corrupt] Syn. bribable, having one s price, on the take*; see corrupt 1 , dishonest 1 , mean 3 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Capable of … English dictionary for students
purchasable — purÂ·chasÂ·aÂ·ble || pÉœrtÊƒÉªsÉ™bl / pÉœË adj. may be purchased, buyable, may be acquired in exchange for money … English contemporary dictionary