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(idiomatic) The opportunity to make alternative decisions or to pursue other courses of action, especially any involving only minor changes to one's present situation or course.
While this is the standard equation for how to make a homemade hamburger, you have a lot of wiggle room to explore different variations of this American favorite.
So be willing to leave a little wiggle room in your schedule.
Dealers always jack up the price so that they have enough wiggle room to reduce the price because of your "tough" negotiating skills.
There's little wiggle room for error with acoustic guitars; playing the wrong note is hard to cover up.
If a family does this, they'll have some wiggle room all year round and won't feel the pinch at the beginning of each school year when they're buying the latest curriculum and associated supplies.
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