- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of haggle.
“Suppliers who have dealt with Mr. Cook's team say he is a formidable negotiator, and his team haggles down the price of parts to the half a penny.”
“Wireless companies' best hope for gaining access to precious bands of spectrum, and local TV broadcasters' worst fears of losing it, are hanging in the balance as Washington's supercommittee haggles over deficit reduction.”
“Despite, or perhaps because of, China's growing clout, it is unwilling to open markets unilaterally and haggles hard over reciprocal concessions.”
“In these passages promises are made, haggles are waged, deals are accomplished, and a seat is secured.”
“For example, the newspaper photographer haggles for a low fare on a boat.”
“For much of the summer he was immersed in tasting menus, invitation fonts and pricing haggles.”
“While Washington haggles and delays, California has taken the lead.”
“My agent haggles and harps, getting the publisher to raise an advance and/or increase the royalty rate.”
“As I write this, the current administration haggles with congress on how to best give away about a trillion of our dollars, (which really dont exist yet) to bail out the crooks which they have enabled for the last eight years.”
“(Reminded me of haggles we suffered during the Palin extravaganza.)”
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