Simple Definition of wiggle room
: the ability to make small changes in a plan, schedule, etc., if they are needed
Examples of wiggle room in a sentence
The salesman has some wiggle room to reduce the price of the car.
<the language of the contract is vague and leaves too much wiggle room>
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