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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But according to an Urban Institute analysis, middle-class families in much of the country still have some financial wiggle room if rates and prices rise in 2018.
Democrats have left themselves some wiggle room, and could potentially try to find some sign of progress to punt the real standoff into January by extending the government funding deadline further.
Coach Erik Spoelstra still has wiggle room and time to decide what the Heat’s best starting lineup is.
In leaving Jackson’s story enough wiggle room to be read as retconning of his love for Lydia, Teen Wolf’s bi fans were left with a bittersweet ending.
Water contractors argue there’s enough wiggle room in the requirements this fall to allow for 400,000 acre-feet of additional water to be pumped south.
Even with 14 of their final 22 games against the Brewers and Cardinals, the Cubs have given themselves enough wiggle room to resist, in Maddon's words, letting the pressure exceed the pleasure.
Both the Amway and Herbalife cases underscore one of the problems of prosecuting alleged pyramid schemes: There is no federal law defining the crime, leaving it to the courts to interpret and pricey lawyers to find wiggle room.
But later that year, Abe compromised on the legislation, allowing Japan to implement its guidelines in ways that Beltway wonks worry might give Japanese leaders too much wiggle room on living up to their commitments.
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WIGGLE ROOM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of wiggle room for English Language Learners
: the ability to make small changes in a plan, schedule, etc., if they are needed
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