wiggle room

NOUN
  1. flexibility of interpretation or of options
    the request left some wiggle room for future restructuring
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How To Use wiggle room In A Sentence

  • As a result they have little wiggle room and tend to dismiss staff instead of reducing the bonus pot. Times, Sunday Times
  • Regardless of debt restrictions, some may take advantage of a little budgetary wiggle room to take a trip or improve the home. Christianity Today
  • But for obvious reasons, suicide doesn't allow this kind of wiggle room, so this rationalization fails and you're pretty much screwed. An Unanswered Question on the Economics of Suicide, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • The company has been saying that its exposure to the economic downturn is minor, but despite all the impressive numbers there is very little wiggle room. Times, Sunday Times
  • For neoconservatives, such a fusionism would provide the wiggle room in the budget to increase the size of the military to a size they believe is more appropriate.
  • Give yourself a little wiggle room. Times, Sunday Times
  • DEFENSE SECRETARY: Well, there is some so - called wiggle room as such in terms of the flexibility. CNN Transcript Feb 27, 2009
  • Regardless of debt restrictions, some may take advantage of a little budgetary wiggle room to take a trip or improve the home. Christianity Today
  • Up here in the still vastness there is no margin for error, no wiggle room, no leeway between getting it right and dying. Times, Sunday Times
  • Yet technology will leave little wiggle room in this case. Times, Sunday Times
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