How Do You Spell HAGGLE?

Correct spelling for the English word "haggle" is [h_ˈa_ɡ_əl], [hˈaɡə͡l], [hˈaɡə‍l]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of HAGGLE

  1. To be slow and hard in making a bargain: to stick at trifles.

Common Misspellings for HAGGLE

Below is the list of 201 misspellings for the word "haggle".

Usage Examples for HAGGLE

  1. The Indians of one tribe had died there of a pestilence the year before, and so when the Pilgrims began to talk trade they did not haggle over prices. - "Comic History of the United States" by Bill Nye
  2. We have not now to haggle with the quidnuncs over the less or more of Art permissible in a garden, but to fight out the question whether civilisation shall have any garden at all. - "Garden-Craft Old and New" by John D. Sedding
  3. Reluctantly dragged back, he attempts to haggle for conditions of slavery, and at last, pouring into his army his own servile fear, he involves it in a general and disorderly flight. - "Secret Diplomatic History of The Eighteenth Century" by Karl Marx
  4. There was some hesitation on the part of the Spaniards, some disposition to haggle, but there was no hesitation on the part of l'Olonoise. - "Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates" by Howard I. Pyle
  5. The pretensions of the proud man are oftener treated with sneer and contempt, than with indignation; as we offer ridiculously too little to a tradesman, who asks ridiculously too much for his goods; but we do not haggle with one who only asks a just and reasonable price. - "Letters to His Son, 1749" by The Earl of Chesterfield