negotiable

Part of speech: noun

NEGOTIABILITY.

Part of speech:

That may be negotiated.

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Usage examples "negotiable":

  1. There might come a time, he thought, when his brother's paper would be more negotiable than it was at that moment. - "The Life of John of Barneveld, 1619-23", John Lothrop Motley.
  2. The ford was now easily negotiable, and soon they were at the Queen's palace. - "Annie o' the Banks o' Dee", Gordon Stables.
  3. Then all of a sudden it was discovered that a bunch of negotiable securities had disappeared from the bank vaults. - "Shorty McCabe on the Job", Sewell Ford.