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Other secretaries had used their nearness to him to wangle acting or dancing or singing assignments on other and lesser shows.
OPERATION: OUTER SPACEWILLIAM FITZGERALD JENKINS
Wangle; the handful of straw a thatcher grasps in his left hand from time to time while thatching, twisted up tight at one end.
I had a specially bad one, and managed with great skill to wangle a fortnight's sick leave in Paris.
FANNY GOES TO WARPAT BEAUCHAMP
And the old Cats said, "Be particularly careful not to meddle with a clangle-wangle if you should see one."
NONSENSE BOOKSEDWARD LEAR
But you've not managed badly to wangle a 'second', have you, Snowy and Daddles?
LOYAL TO THE SCHOOLANGELA BRAZIL
Look here, you'd better wangle yourselves off before it gets about who you are.
Jerry—a gay and reckless being—had fell designs on the Flying Corps, the very first moment he could 'wangle it.'
FAR TO SEEKMAUD DIVER
It had taken him until his senior midterm vacation to wangle an invitation to the dome-house on Luna.
THE COSMIC COMPUTERHENRY BEAM PIPER
Now, it is impossible to "wangle" a man who sits over you with a reflecting mirror screwed into his right eye.
CAUGHT BY THE TURKSFRANCIS YEATS-BROWN
So our two heroes wangle their way in, and fall into the arms of the q-b by the Naples train.
SEA AND SARDINIAD. H. LAWRENCE

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lackadaisicaladjective | [lak-uh-dey-zi-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION