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- n. a person who wangles
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- n. a deceiver who uses crafty misleading methods
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At Cambridge, he had gained a reputation as a “wangler” a wheeler-dealer even before he arrived.
Louis, as “senior wangler,” was seen as someone who could convince anyone of anything.
His fellow students now called him the “senior wangler.”
If ever there was a classic example of a wangler it's Sarah Palin. wan·gle v. wan·gled, wan·gling, wan·gles Informal v. tr.
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