haggle

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Synonyms for haggle

Synonyms for haggle

to argue about the terms, as of a sale

Synonyms for haggle

an instance of intense argument (as in bargaining)

wrangle (over a price, terms of an agreement, etc.)

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Villalon concludes this chapter quoting Scotus' advice as to how the state should dispose of such people: "And Scotus calls these men hagglers, blaspheming them, exhorting republics and their governors to expel and to banish them as they would an infernal pestilence.
Souks from Marrakesh to Cairo to the Muttrah, Oman, are of world renown for their colour, warren-like nature, the frenzy of the hagglers, the smells, and the diversity of the shops and stalls.
IF YOU want to avoid buyers who change their mind, last minute hagglers over price, or being stuck in a complicated chain, then Redrow could help you make a change for the better.
Britain's hagglers are most likely to be located in Gloucester, where the average yearly savings negotiated are five times more than the national average at [pounds sterling]6,683.
Successful hagglers said they were prepared to walk away from a sale and many asked for money off for minor faults or for buying multiple items or a cash discount.
Bargain-hunting Britons are successful hagglers NINE out of 10 Britons have had success when negotiating money off a purchase or trying to get freebie extras, a study has found.
Tour guides say you can get 20-30 per cent off, but seasoned hagglers pay half or less.
Among the hagglers, 46 percent said their provider dropped the price by as much as $50 per month, 31 percent got a new promotional rate and 29 percent received additional premium channels.
experts suggest hagglers tell the agent they want the holiday but ask for a deal because it's right at the top of their budget.
A top strategy of successful hagglers was searching for better prices at other stores, called "showrooming.
Bruce is one of the best transfer market hagglers in the Premier League and indicated last week he would be looking to sign new players next month, but he followed that up yesterday with a claim he could not really afford to lose anyone.
With the teams split up again into boys and girls, this might also settle that age-old question of who are the better hagglers - men or women.
AS the recession bites we have, according to a new survey, all become a nation of hagglers.
According to many retail research consultancies, the new breed of hagglers can be divided into three groups.
Tv chiefs are hunting for North East hagglers to become small screen stars.