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  • n. Plural form of finagling.

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Examples

  • Since no one I know seems to know what's really going on in these upper echelon money finaglings.

    THE MONEY DIETIES !?!?!?!?!

  • Free of such inhibitions, Mort Zuckerman's New York Daily News has been whipping the Post's Aussie butt with a barrage of front-page screamers on love nests, financial finaglings, arrest warrants and more.

    THE NEWS BLOG

  • So Arnold and Peggy go after West Point, and she manages a few little finaglings on her own, and Arnold then goes and rejoins Washington.

    The Man in the Mirror: A Life of Benedict Arnold

  • The assumption was that the housing market would just continue to go up and up and up, so you can do all these finaglings, but there weren't enough people to buy these new houses.

    Democracy Now!

  • The assumption was that the housing market would just continue to go up and up and up, so you can do all these finaglings, but there weren’t enough people to buy these new houses.

    Terrance Heath: The Jobs Deficit & The Breaking Point, Pt. 2

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