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    wangle - Dictionary definition and meaning for word wangle

    Definition
    (noun) an instance of accomplishing something by scheming or trickery
    Synonyms : wangling
    Definition
    (verb) achieve something by means of trickery or devious methods
    Synonyms : finagle , manage
    Definition
    (verb) tamper, with the purpose of deception
    Synonyms : cook , fake , falsify , fudge , manipulate , misrepresent
    Example Sentence
    • Fudge the figures
    • cook the books
    • falsify the data
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wrangler is the originial and wangle(r) is the fake

Wangle sounds like Bangle. Buying golden bangles to a girl and tricking her into bed.

wan(VAN)+gle(gal)--if you want a GIRL TO SIT IN YOUR VAN--you HAVE to PLAY SOME TRIcKS WITH HER , like you have to persuade her to come with you by making fabricated stories and fake offeres .

"Van" + "Girl" -> He made a "girl" sleep with him in van using trickery.

wangle=wrong angle..using fake stories --- van+girl

wangle...very close to wagon...wagon vehicle......we heard of wagon wheels....wheels are round in shape.....so if someone talk round ...that means he is decieving us by confusing us in his talks.....

Wangle sounds like mangle...wangle means to obtain by trickery while mangle means to mutilate something...in both there is a destruction of something.

wangle = With angle, not straight. Hence wangle your way into the committee instead of passing all formalities which takes so long.

wangle = With angle, not straight. Hence wangle your way into the committee instead of passing all formalities which takes so long.

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