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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of higgle.
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But the most distinguishing characteristic of him is, that he is a disputant, and higgles over an argument.
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.
Government higgles with some, and hangs the others, they mystify us all, and end by confounding us. '
He always stands out and higgles, and actually tires them till he gets a bargain. '
He always stands out and higgles, and actually tires them till he gets a bargain.’
He always stands out and higgles, and actually tires them till he gets a bargain. "
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! "