higgler (plural higglers)
- (archaic) A person who trades in dairy, poultry, and small game animals.
- A person who haggles or negotiates for lower prices.
- 1749 — Henry Fielding, Tom Jones, Book III ch x
- He was, besides, the best sacrifice the higgler could make, as he had supplied him with no game since; and by this means the witness had an opportunity of screening his better customers: