Definition of salability in US English:

salability

noun

  • See salable

    • ‘There was little, for instance, that could be done about local house prices and house saleability.’
    • ‘Cut flowers are probably the most perishable of farm products, having a one day window for saleability.’
    • ‘The saleability of these properties is also affected by revenue levels, building and safety regulations.’
    • ‘Gershwin never wanted to publish the work, although he did hand out private copies to string-playing friends, and because of Gershwin's name and saleability, someone finally did publish it.’
    • ‘Well, saleability's very important - for instance if it's a fantastic company but it has never had an exposure in London - but if it's good enough we'll do it.’

Pronunciation

salability

/ˌseɪləˈbɪlədi//ˌsāləˈbilədē/