Finally, the Hagel haggle highlighted a critical lesson for the pro-Israel community.
haggle over the numbers and details, attack the Senate for their failure to pass a budget, and then cut the best deal possible.
We're just left to haggle over price: Should the successful pay forward 36% of their success or 39% or 28% or what.
The Republican rep wants lawmakers to extend the Bush tax cuts, and haggle over the rest later.
It is a sign of ignorance and ill-breeding to haggle over the price of a thing and try to induce the seller to take less for it.
As he was firm, and as I had no time to haggle, I agreed to give him the money.
As soon as they became conscious of themselves as a class they began to haggle with their lords for more rights and privileges.
Each of you lays the blame for this on the other, and I'm not going to haggle about that.
At any rate, after the haggle of tax collection was finished, Bones set about his task.
Tied to this imposing umbrella, how could I haggle with fishmongers for haddocks.
1570s, "to cut unevenly" (implied in haggler), frequentative of haggen "to chop" (see hack (v.1)). Sense of "argue about price" first recorded c.1600, probably from notion of chopping away. Related: Haggled; haggling.