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1haggle

verb hag·gle \ˈha-gəl\

: to talk or argue with someone especially in order to agree on a price

hag·gledhag·gling \-g(ə-)liŋ\

Full Definition of HAGGLE

transitive verb
1
:  to cut roughly or clumsily :  hack
2
archaic :  to annoy or exhaust with wrangling
intransitive verb
:  bargain, wrangle <haggling over the price>
hag·gler \-g(ə-)lər\ noun
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Examples of HAGGLE

  1. She is good at haggling.
  2. <had to haggle to get his friend to sell his guitar for 20 bucks>

Origin of HAGGLE

frequentative of hag to hew
First Known Use: 1599

Rhymes with HAGGLE

2haggle

noun

Definition of HAGGLE

:  an act or instance of haggling

First Known Use of HAGGLE

1858

Rhymes with HAGGLE

HAGGLER Defined for Kids

haggle

verb hag·gle \ˈha-gəl\
hag·gledhag·gling

Definition of HAGGLE for Kids

:  to argue especially over a price
hag·gler \ˈha-glər\ noun

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