shuffles, 3rd person singular present; shuffled, past tense; shuffled, past participle; shuffling, present participle;
Walk by dragging one's feet along or without lifting them fully from the ground
I stepped into my skis and shuffled to the edge of the steep slope
she heard Grandma's shuffling steps
Shift one's position while sitting or move one's feet while standing, typically because of boredom, nervousness, or embarrassment
Christine shuffled uneasily in her chair
Ben shuffled his feet in the awkward silence
Rearrange (a deck of cards) by sliding the cards over each other quickly
Move (people or things) around so as to occupy different positions or to be in a different order
she shuffled her papers into a neat pile
Sort or look through (a number of things) hurriedly
he shuffled through the papers on his desk
Put part of one's body into (an item of clothing), typically in a clumsy way
shuffling her feet into a pair of shoes, she tiptoed out of the room
Get out of or avoid a responsibility or obligation
some hospitals can shuffle off their responsibilities by claiming to have no suitable facilities
Behave in a shifty or evasive manner
Mr. Mills did not frankly own it, but seemed to shuffle about it
Get out of (a difficult situation) in an underhanded or evasive manner
he shuffles out of the consequences by vague charges of undue influence
A shuffling movement, walk, or sound
there was a shuffle of approaching feet
A quick dragging or scraping movement of the feet in dancing
A dance performed with such steps
A piece of music for or in the style of such a dance
A rhythmic motif based on such a dance step and typical of early jazz, consisting of alternating quarter notes and eighth notes in a triplet pattern
An act of shuffling a deck of cards
A change of order or relative positions; a reshuffle
the president will deliver a speech short on economic details Cabinet shuffles but long on fight
A facility on a CD player for playing tracks in an arbitrary order
a fully programmable CD changer with shuffle play
A piece of equivocation or subterfuge
the act of mixing cards haphazardly
walk by dragging one's feet; "he shuffled out of the room"; "We heard his feet shuffling down the hall"
shamble: walking with a slow dragging motion without lifting your feet; "from his shambling I assumed he was very old"
move about, move back and forth; "He shuffled his funds among different accounts in various countries so as to avoid the IRS"
mix so as to make a random order or arrangement; "shuffle the cards"
is a Japanese visual novel developed by Navel. It was originally released as an adult game for Microsoft Windows on January 30, 2004. It was subsequently followed by an all-ages release for the PlayStation 2 (PS2) and an expanded adult release for Windows. The gameplay in Shuffle! ...
Shuffle was an American game show that aired on The Family Channel. It ran from March 7 to June 10, 1994. Wink Martindale hosted, and Randy West announced.
In music, a swung note or shuffle note is a performance practice, mainly in jazz-influenced music, in which some notes with equal written time values are performed with unequal durations, usually as alternating long and short. ...
Dance is an art form that generally refers to movement of the body, usually rhythmic and to music, used as a form of expression, social interaction or presented in a spiritual or performance setting.
Let and be positive natural numbers. Further, let be the set of permutations of the numbers . A permutation in is a (p,q)shuffle if
Shuffling is a procedure used to randomize a deck of playing cards to provide an element of chance in card games. Shuffling is often followed by a cut, to ensure that the shuffler has not manipulated the outcome.
The act of shuffling cards; An instance of walking without lifting one's feet; A rhythm commonly used in blues music. Consists of a series of triplet notes with the middle note missing, so that it sounds like a long note followed by a short note. ...
(shuffling) Action of the verb to shuffle; The noise created by something moving about; Of or relating to that which shuffles; tending to shuffle
(Shuffling (Card Shuffling)) Is a generic term which encompasses all card mixing techniques used to prepare a deck or a shoe for continued play. All casino shuffling processes employ a combination of mixing techniques. ...
(Shuffling) DNA mutagenesis by random fragmentation and reassembly, of a family of genes from diverse species to accelerate directed evolution.
(Shuffling) The mixing of cards in a deck or shoe, often done a certain way that is traditional for the game the cards are being shuffled for.
(Shuffling) any of a number of standardized ways of mixing the cards after one or more hands have been played.
(Shuffling) refers to the movement of robots that are propelled by a cam-driven system. See Walking
A rhythm of which each main beat is divided into three smaller beats (prominent in blues music).
Before each hand the dealer mixes up the order of the cards.
to mix the tiles face down on the tabletop torandomize the hands which will be drawn from the set of tiles. The term "wash" is used in Asian games.
The act of mixing up the cards before dealing them.
Shifting the body forward and back to close or increase the distance between you and your opponent.
A four-beat rhythm with a very exaggerated sense of swing
The act of setting a media player to randomly play tracks from a playlist; the iPod shuffle is Apple's smallest MP3 player