cashable cashable


  • (adj) able to be converted into ready money or the equivalent


  1. Pifer's literary fancy is a ring of courtesans organized by a shadowy group of sinners to pry cashable secrets out of the military-industrial complex.
  2. But the amateur camouflage is a necessary preliminary: it establishes the cashable reputation.
  3. They were offered interest payment half in cash, half in scrip cashable at 50% of its face value, will thus receive 75% of the sums they are owed.


  • Year One Initiative

    SPARKS — Charles Schwab Bank checks, both cashable and comically large, were in abundance at Lincoln Park Elementary School Tuesday morning in celebration of the Nevada College Kick Start Program, bringing college savings accounts to 400 kindergarten students in Washoe County Title I schools in 2013.
    on July 31, 2013     Source: Daily Sparks Tribune

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