adjective com·mis·sion·able \kə-ˈmi-shə-nə-bəl\

Definition of commissionable

of a business transaction

  1. :  providing or including a commission for the agent responsible Both policies would be commissionable to the agent, and the difference in commissions between the two polices would not likely be big enough for them to try to dissuade you from your decision. — Ron Pradinuk, The Winnipeg Free Press, 5 Nov. 2011 Consultants … who received this award have personal sales of at least $55,000 in commissionable sales during a year. — The News & Observer (Raleigh, North Carolina), 25 Sept. 2012

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to cast off or become cast off

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