Likewise, the muted Moonves seems to be craving some wiggle room of his own.
He was right, in the Overview, to leave himself plenty of wiggle room rather than committing to his own stated deadline.
While Abbas said publicly that he needed a settlement freeze before he could begin talks, there may be some wiggle room.
Bound by teachings on same-sex marriage, yes, but there was apparently some wiggle room on the issue of marriage in general.
Bound by rope, an awareness crept upon me as each knot was tied, as my body was tightly bound and the wiggle room dwindled.
As for the official vote count, Republican staffers are already allowing for a bit of wiggle room.
He was so surprised by losing the vote that he overreacted and left himself no wiggle room.
Lowry again: [Federal Aviation Authority head Michael] Huerta claims sequestration gives him no wiggle room.
But his statement from yesterday gives him loads of wiggle room to go either way.
Space, either real or figurative, in which to maneuver; elbow room: Clinton's health plan gives Congress wiggle room (mid-1980s+)