haggle

[ hag-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF haggle

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HAGGLE

He did not perceive the reasons or the consequences of it, and this was what induced him to haggle.

There was a point beyond which the Earl of Barfield could not haggle.

Perhaps he wished he had said more, when Tom did not haggle over the price.

You haggle over these trifles, and—why, look at your cabinet list!

For twenty-four hours the haggle went on as to terms of capitulation.

At any rate, after the haggle of tax collection was finished, Bones set about his task.

As he was firm, and as I had no time to haggle, I agreed to give him the money.

Each of you lays the blame for this on the other, and I'm not going to haggle about that.

Tied to this imposing umbrella, how could I haggle with fishmongers for haddocks.

He does not haggle for a giant fish; he pays more than is demanded!

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