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merchandise

Illicit contraband, especially drugs, being sold, bought, or smuggled. Make sure you don't use any of the merchandise for yourself—if there's any missing by the time you deliver it to Detroit, the boss will cut your ear off. We've got a whole truckful of merchandise coming in tomorrow night.

merchandise

n. any contraband. (Underworld.) How much of the merchandise can you deliver by midnight?
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4 billion of export receipts, accounting for 25% of NZ's total merchandisable trade.
As Anne DuCille has highlighted, Barbie is a gendered and racialized icon of contemporary commodity culture, engulfing cultural difference as a merchandisable commodity, framing Nigerian, Chinese, Indian or Eskimo female bodies in the mold of the prototypical Caucasian doll as "dye-dipped versions of the archetypal white American beauty" myth (553).
Our top-selling Cosmopolitan and Apple Martini flavors and new Peppermintini are now available as easily merchandisable Mixer & Rirnmer Gift Sets.
I believe that it is possible to narrate only in poetic form and therefore in a way that is the least merchandisable and communicative possible" (Consolo 2001b, 11-12).
Vampires are always merchandisable, and, face it, Bram Stoker's good old Vlad Dracula is the signature brand name.
Stand-up pouches with the zip lock top, however, are not as easily merchandisable as the cathedral or gable topped, square bottomed bag with a tin tie.
Wash and repair the merchandisable units that Tesco stores use as display vehicles.