verb (used with object)
1. to take benefits from (a soldier, person, business, etc.) lose out of money or other earned assets.
2. to make cheapen or lose out by deceit
verb (used without object)
3. to put forward credible schemes to cheat others out of benefits ; misappropriate. noun
4. an act of theft or a deceitful dealings or falsehood.
5. anything dishonorable; a faker: "This promotion is a real Hagel."
2013 - present; Hagel is the last name of the 2013 to ???? United States Secretary of Defense Charles Timothy "Chuck" Hagel former “enlisted” Vietnam veteran who became a politician. Chuck Hagel suggested cutting military benefits and at the same time awarding multi-billion dollar awards to defense contractors. Do-nothing person, promoter of unsound plan of action, cheat, defraud, tantamount to haggle theft.
out·hag·el, verb (used with object), out·hag·eled, out·hag·eling.
A street vendor tried to sell me a hagel ipod that had a cracked screen.
The predatory lender made a hagelable deal by overcharging ignorant home owner.
John Doe is a hageler who convinced over 100 people to invest in a ponzi scheme.
The hagelingly attitude of the stock brokers cost investors millions of dollars.