Definitions for shuffler

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

shuf•fleˈʃʌf əl(v.; n.)-fled, -fling

  1. (v.i.)to walk without lifting the feet; shamble.

  2. to slide the feet lazily in dancing.

    Category: Music and Dance

  3. to move clumsily (usu. fol. by into):

    to shuffle into one's clothes.

  4. to act evasively:

    to shuffle out of one's responsibilities.

  5. to intermix playing cards or the like.

  6. (v.t.)to move (one's feet) along the ground or floor without lifting them.

  7. to move (objects) this way and that.

  8. to rearrange in random order:

    to shuffle playing cards.

  9. shuffle off, to move or go away. to thrust aside.

    Category: Verb Phrase

  10. (n.)a scraping or sliding movement, esp. a dragging gait.

  11. an evasive trick; evasion.

  12. an act or instance of shuffling something, as cards.

  13. the right or turn to shuffle cards before dealing.

    Category: Games

  14. a dance in which the feet are shuffled.

    Category: Music and Dance

Origin of shuffle:

1525–35; < LG schuffeln


Princeton's WordNet

  1. shuffler(noun)

    the card player who shuffles the cards

  2. shuffler(noun)

    someone who walks without raising the feet


  1. shuffler(Noun)

    A person who shuffles.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Shuffler(noun)

    one who shuffles

  2. Shuffler(noun)

    either one of the three common American scaup ducks. See Scaup duck, under Scaup


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