Variant of shuffle
- to move (the feet) with a dragging or shoving gait
- to perform (a dance) with such steps
- to mix (playing cards) so as to change their order or arrangement
- to push or mix together in a jumbled or disordered mass
- to shift (things) about from one place to another
- to bring, put, or thrust (into or out of) clumsily or trickily
Origin: Early ModE, prob. < or akin to LowG schuffeln, to walk clumsily, shuffle cards < base of shove
- to move by dragging or scraping the feet, as in walking or dancing
- to get (into or out of a situation or condition) by trickery, evasion, lies, etc.
- to act in a shifty, dishonest manner; practice deceit, trickery, evasion, etc.
- to change or shift repeatedly from one position or place to another
- to shuffle playing cards
- to move clumsily (into or out of clothing)
- the act of shuffling
- a tricky or deceptive action; evasion; trick
- a shuffling of the feet
- a gait, dance, etc. characterized by this
- the act of shuffling playing cards
- the right of, or one's turn at, shuffling the cards
- shuffler noun
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