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Definition of haggle:

  • (noun) an instance of intense argument (as in bargaining)
  • (verb) wrangle (over a price, terms of an agreement, etc.);

Sentence Examples:

In dealing, a small farmer is never happy without a haggle.

There was no question of buyer or seller, no bargaining, no haggling.

There was a good deal of haggling and hesitation on the subject.

After half an hour's haggling we struck a very bad bargain.

What was the point of haggling over an extra one or two.

Bell bargained and haggled for the best part of an hour.

Evidently some arrangement had been come to, but they were still haggling.

He haggled a little to save appearances, and finally closed the bargain.

Merchants were too lazy to haggle.

To haggle is bourgeois, it is foolish!

The manes also were miserably haggled.

There is no more time for haggling.

You haggle as do market-women over eggs.

I do not haggle over its value.

He was haggling for garden seeds.

No wonder our people did not haggle.

Here there was no haggling, no questioning.

You shall haggle with me no more.

The would-be sellers dared not haggle.

Women haggle much better than men.

You certainly don't mean to haggle, do you?

They were just haggling in her behalf!

Plainly she was not one to haggle.

A basis for haggling had been established.

"Don't haggle about the price," he said.

I am in no position to haggle about prices.

Your Grace did not stop to haggle.

The trouble was, they wanted to haggle.

After much haggling a treaty was signed.

I have no time to waste in haggling, Bailey.

Faint heart never haggled with fair hell-cat.

What an accomplished lover to haggle over minutes!

That was no moment to haggle about pride.

The baron cut short all this haggling.

The haggling was hard, but Esther won.

Is this a time to haggle at the price?

After much haggling, the factions finally agreed.

He could not bring himself to haggle desperately.

There was no prolonged haggling over terms, either.

Don't let us haggle about terms, my son.

They desire modernization, but haggle at the price.

There was a little haggling over the terms.

The noise of haggling and bargaining was terrific.

You wouldn't believe the way the man haggled.

He replied, 'I do not know how to haggle.'

They are too deeply compromised to haggle about salvation.

Haggling will get us nothing but wasted time.

Two wretched Prussians who haggled over the bill!

They haggled and bargained, and at last agreed.

It is not funny to have to haggle over pennies.

For some time there was haggling over the terms.

And haggled till it got them a dead bargain.

We spent the rest of his bought-and-paid-for hour haggling.

Then he haggled over the price of the supper.

It's no time to haggle about the forms of law.

More haggling followed, but Dick stuck to his price.

And the richer they are, the more they haggle.

"We'll not haggle over a cobbler's license," she said.

The customer haggled, then wished to see the other.

"Yes; if you agree to my terms without further haggling."

You know that I have never haggled about such matters.

The juices of meat are extracted by its being haggled.

Then what do you haggle for over a few dollars?

For goodness' sake, buy it quick and don't haggle.

"There is no haggling in the matter," he said to himself.

Time was passing, and the sheik did not haggle.

It suited me in every respect, so I did not haggle.

We haggled for an hour over the division of the profits.

They haggled for a while, and finally agreed on sixteen.

Still however, there were two points on which he haggled.

It seems to me that that is not worth haggling about.

So, while Charles haggled for provinces, Wolsey demanded money.

"Do not stand haggling with the English," replied Napoleon.

After many months of haggling, the union won its point.

Asked Nancy, wishing that Alma would do the haggling sometimes.

Nietzsche did not haggle over the help asked of him.

After much haggling the Museum bought his collection in 1823.

There was incessant haggling over the expenses of his establishment.

Father often used to haggle the tree a good deal in tapping.

Yet I am sure his mind works deeper than this haggling.

I fancy myself haggling for a cheap ticket at a booking-office.

There was no need to haggle over the price this time.

He never refused a book, and never haggled at a price.

He haggled over terms and started to walk out several times.

He needed the paper: he did not haggle about the price.

For her life, Angela could not have contradicted him or haggled.

Matthews didn't haggle an instant about her salary, she took it.

Well, I saw there was no use to haggle in that fashion.

McGillivray, Emperor of the Creeks, does not have to haggle over terms.

And besides, I won't haggle over words; they are of no consequence!

Daddy had not haggled; without hesitation he had taken the risk.

When I get extras I pay for them cheerfully, without haggling.

I will not haggle with you, I will pay what you want.

I am supposed to be their retail grocer and haggle in their behalf.

He is too blamed sick of his white elephant to haggle over terms.

They not merely bargained, but haggled, and haggled at great length.

There was always a great deal of haggling over the sale of furs.

I bet you she beat you down like a market-woman haggling for fish.

You can imagine no haggling with an undertaker over the funeral about this.

I was a whole day haggling over the price with the chief.