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- n. A person who haggles.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who haggles or is difficult in bargaining.
- n. One who forestalls a market; a middleman between producer and dealer in London vegetable markets.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who haggles or chaffers; one who cavils and makes difficulty.
- n. In London, a middleman in the vegetable-markets; a huckster or forestaller of green produce.
- n. A bungler.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an intense bargainer
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A guest to stop at Iping in the wintertime was an unheard-of piece of luck, let alone a guest who was no "haggler," and she was resolved to show herself worthy of her good fortune.
Consumer Reports offers sage advice to the would-be haggler:
Mr Clegg resisted the idea of carving coalition policies up into distinct yellow and blue portions, for fear of being belittled as a troublesome haggler, pestering the Tories for concessions instead of setting the agenda himself.
Her family refuse to go shopping with her as she is a shameless haggler.
A: Your agent is a professional haggler, so I doubt she ' ll be offended if you ask if she ' s flexible on her commission.
So tell me, haggler for the truth, what else do you have to give?
One of my favorite bloggers, Joe Cannon, calls Nancy Pelosi the "world's worst haggler": click here
A guest to stop at Iping in the wintertime was an unheard-of piece of luck, let alone a guest who was no “haggler,” and she was resolved to show herself worthy of her good fortune.
I miss that kid, both the bug-eater and the car-haggler.
Whatever the haggler answered, 5 cents 10 cents 20, he accepted it.