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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of higgle.

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Examples

  • But the most distinguishing characteristic of him is, that he is a disputant, and higgles over an argument.

    The Sophist

  • In England, or in any other great mercantile country, the bulk of the things bought and sold goes through the hands of a wholesale dealer, and it is he who higgles and bargains with an entire nation of purchasers by entering into treaty with retail sellers.

    Eothen

  • Government higgles with some, and hangs the others, they mystify us all, and end by confounding us. '

    Lord Kilgobbin

  • He always stands out and higgles, and actually tires them till he gets a bargain. '

    The Vicar of Wakefield

  • He always stands out and higgles, and actually tires them till he gets a bargain.’

    The Vicar of Wakefield

  • He always stands out and higgles, and actually tires them till he gets a bargain. "

    The Ontario Readers: Fourth Book

  • And here's a woman, sir, with such a sense of her offspring's importance that she higgles over accepting a fortune for one of 'em! "

    Hetty Wesley

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