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wire–puller

noun wire–pull·er \-ˌp-lər\

Definition of WIRE-PULLER

:  one who uses secret or underhanded means to influence the acts of a person or organization
wire–pull·ing \-ˌp-liŋ\ noun

First Known Use of WIRE-PULLER

1825

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lissome Hear it
nimble or easily flexed
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