- v. Simple past tense and past participle of riffle.
“The attendant riffled through a manual the size of a September Vogue, called something like "The Airline Book of Rules and Regulations.”
“The deck might not be divided exactly in half, for instance, or the cards might be riffled together in a haphazard way.”
“As J-Hawk riffled through his wallet, I noticed another peculiar thing.”
“Cara bent her head and riffled through the crumbly yellowed pages in a white heat of embarrassment.”
““We actually did this play once before,” Tory said as she riffled through the papers on a nearby counter.”
“I turned around on my knees and riffled through the row of dresses.”
“I shoot a smoothbore and have 2 inch groups at 50 yards, no need for a riffled barrel.”
“He opened a drawer and riffled through the assortment of take-out menus inside, finally pulling out a light green one.”
“She riffled through the papers and found a map of California.”
“Yes, I suppose I should be thankful my underwear wasn't riffled through in front of 500 other travelers.”
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