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Shuffler

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Noun

1. shuffler

the card player who shuffles the cards

2. shuffler

someone who walks without raising the feet

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Shuffler

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verb
1. 
to walk or move (the feet) with a slow dragging motion
2. 
to change the position of (something), esp quickly or in order to deceive others
3. (transitive)
to mix together in a careless manner
he shuffled the papers nervously
4. 
to mix up (cards in a pack) to change their order
5. (intransitive)
to behave in an awkward, evasive, or underhand manner; equivocate
6. (when intr, often foll by into or out of)
to move or cause to move clumsily
he shuffled out of the door
7. (intransitive)
to dance the shuffle
noun
8. 
the act or an instance of shuffling
9. 
a dance or dance step with short dragging movements of the feet

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Shuffler

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verb transitiveWord forms: ˈshuffled or ˈshuffling
1. 
a. 
to move (the feet) with a dragging or shoving gait
b. 
to perform (a dance) with such steps
2. 
to mix (playing cards) so as to change their order or arrangement
3. 
to push or mix together in a jumbled or disordered mass
4. 
to shift (things) about from one place to another
5. 
to bring, put, or thrust (into or out of) clumsily or trickily
verb intransitive
6. 
to move by dragging or scraping the feet, as in walking or dancing
7. 
to get (into or out of a situation or condition) by trickery, evasion, lies, etc.
8. 
to act in a shifty, dishonest manner; practice deceit, trickery, evasion, etc.
9. 
to change or shift repeatedly from one position or place to another
10. 
to shuffle playing cards
11. 
to move clumsily (into or out of clothing)
noun
12. 
the act of shuffling
13. 
a tricky or deceptive action; evasion; trick
14. 
a. 
a shuffling of the feet
b. 
a gait, dance, etc. characterized by this
15. 
a. 
the act of shuffling playing cards
b. 
the right of, or one's turn at, shuffling the cards

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Shuffler

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v. shuf·fled, shuf·fling, shuf·fles
v.intr.
1. To move with short sliding steps, without or barely lifting the feet: The crowd shuffled out of the theater.
2. To dance casually with sliding and tapping steps.
3. To shift from position to position or move from place to place: shuffled around looking for work.
4. To present, play, or display (music or video files) in random order.
5. Games To mix playing cards, tiles, or dominoes together so as to make their order random.
6. Archaic To act in a shifty or deceitful manner; equivocate.
v.tr.
1. To slide (the feet) along the floor or ground while walking.
2. To move (things, for example) from one place or position to another; transfer or shift: shuffle around the cushions on the couch.
3. To put quickly or furtively; shunt: shuffled the bill under a pile of junk mail.
4. To present, play, or display music or video files in random order.
5. Games To mix together (playing cards or tiles, for example) so as to make a random order of arrangement.
n.
1. A short sliding step or movement, or a walk characterized by such steps.
2. A dance in which the feet slide along or move close to the floor.
3. A confused mixture or state of things; a jumble: The letter got lost in the shuffle.
4. A feature on a music or video player that plays music or other files in a random order.
5. Games
a. An act of shuffling cards, dominoes, or tiles.
b. A player's right or turn to do this.
6. Archaic An evasive or deceitful action; an equivocation.

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