- a peddler or huckster.
Origin of higgler
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The higgler grasped it, and was dragged out to a place of safety.
On the next visit of the higgler Dale was lying in wait for him.
But the higgler went on; and another cart soon appeared, in which she had the pleasure to see a woman, driven by a boy.The Wanderer (Volume 4 of 5)
The higgler being palsied, was accustomed to assist himself often upon the road, by holding to the ass's tail.
This meant a marriage feast for Mary; nor would the higgler permit of the least delay in its preparation.