Hag·gle v. t. [imp. & p. p. Haggled p. pr. & vb. n. Haggling ] To cut roughly or hack; to cut into small pieces; to notch or cut in an unskillful manner; to make rough or mangle by cutting; as, a boy haggles a stick of wood.
Suffolk first died, and York, all haggled o'er,
Comes to him, where in gore he lay insteeped. --Shak.
Hag·gle, v. i. To be difficult in bargaining; to stick at small matters; to chaffer; to higgle.
Royalty and science never haggled about the value of blood. --Walpole.
Hag·gle, n. The act or process of haggling.
n : an instance of intense argument (as in bargaining) [syn: haggling,
v : wrangle (over a price, terms of an agreement, etc.); "Let's
not haggle over a few dollars" [syn: higgle, chaffer,