use perishable in a sentence.
Instead, they will continue to collect what they call perishable evidence -- parts and pieces that will lose their meaning once the plane is moved.
Travel tickets are what I call perishable goods: If a company doesn't sell seats, then they lose them.
Prices of private-label perishable foods are rising even faster, up 12% last year versus an 8% jump for national brands.
Also need non-perishable food and long-term perishable food items, personal hygiene items, medicine chest items, toilet paper and cleaning items.
Because it is 'perishable' - generally reaching peak maturity after 25 years before declining