from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A person who shuffles.
- n. Any of the three common American scaup ducks.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who shuffles.
- n. Either one of the three common American scaup ducks. See Scaup duck, under Scaup.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who shuffles, in any sense of the verb.
- n. Same as raft-duck: so called from its shuffling over the water. See cut under scaup.
- n. The coot, Fulica americana.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the card player who shuffles the cards
- n. someone who walks without raising the feet
He had designed and patented two electronic devices that he hoped to sell to FRC enthusiasts: a clock for timing games, and a pyramid-shaped "shuffler" to determine the starting positions.
The French have a capital name for the fox, namely, M. L'Escobar, which may be translated the "shuffler," or more freely, "sly boots."
He would have turned upon the instant and fled; but it occurred to him, that by doing so he would draw the bear after him; and he knew that, notwithstanding the uncouth shuffle which a bear makes in running, -- and the sloth bear is the greatest "shuffler" of the family, -- he can still go too fast for a man.
Setup the picture shuffler as the screen saver, and you've got an awesome decoration when you're not working.
Their trio bonded so quickly that they've already been christened with a nickname—the GAS line—that suggests their union will be lasting despite Tortorella being a notorious shuffler.
And better make sure your own insurance covers your car in there -- can't expect the shuffler owner/operator to come through for you in the end (or, more importantly, sooner rather than later -- if ever).
Automatic Card Shuffler – Automatic Card Shuffler – Automatic Card Shuffler is an electronic card shuffler which gives you a quick, reliable multi deck card shuffle.
With her long blonde hair, gleaming white teeth and none‑too‑subtle display of cleavage, resident Strictly Come Dancing soft‑shoe shuffler Ola Jordan displayed no shortage of it on Saturday night.
According to Lewis, there are three types of runners – a shuffler, twister, and a thumper.
Also found a book that I've been meaning to replace for ages (Koko, by Peter Straub), and one of those automatic card shuffler machines (with all the geeky card games around the house, it's handy to have one).
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