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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.

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  • Louis, as “senior wangler,” was seen as someone who could convince anyone of anything.

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  • His fellow students now called him the “senior wangler.”

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  • 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.

    corrente SBL


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