Higgle

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Higgle

1. To hawk or peddle provisions.

2. To chaffer; to stickle for small advantages in buying and selling; to haggle. A person accustomed to higgle about taps. (Jeffry) To truck and higgle for a private good. (Emerson)

Origin: cf. Haggle, or Huckster.