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  • noun economics The condition of being illiquid; a lack of liquidity


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  • illiquid - Said of investments such as a stock, bond or commodity that cannot be readily converted into cash. (from one of the definitions returned by the Google link). So the state of being illiquid or something like that.

    All vowels are i. That I've noticed this shows the effect that Wordie is having on me as previously I would not have picked up on this sort of thing.

    December 24, 2008