Did you maybe mean shifty?
- n. alternative spelling of shufti.
“Called it in as a suspicious death and had a shufty round the house waiting for the ambulance and supervision.”
“A quick shufty suggests that it's well worth a gander.”
“‘A show of strength, and a quick shufty to our south to see the lie of the land.’”
“A judicial review would be premature without something other than a summary shufty or less, surely?”
“I've been and had a shufty at the Town Hall Register of Members Interests also ... very interesting.”
“There's a moral to this story, and that is this, always take a shufty, before you take the piss.”
“And as Parburypolitica points out in the direction of lawyer Harriet Harman a quick shufty at the election rubric would show her that the election is for leader and deputy leader of the party and not for Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister if any.”
“If they have fallen into the hands of journalists of the talents of Messrs Woodward and Bernstein then I'd recommend a quick shufty at election material, marked registers, lists of proxy voters, and expenses calculations as well as equality complaints within the Manchester Lib Dems.”
“If yo want to look first you can borrow mine for a shufty if you'd like.”
“Deciding to have a quick shufty at Joe Gordon's Woolamaloo Gazette I did what I usually do, navigated through Ariel's blog LJ feed here.”
Looking for tweets for shufty.