: to resort to trickery or devious methods
: to adjust or manipulate for personal or fraudulent ends
Examples of WANGLE
- He wangled a free ticket to the show.
- He managed to wangle his way into the party.
Origin of WANGLE
perhaps alteration of waggle
First Known Use: 1888
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