Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of shuffle.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of shuffle.

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Examples

  • A 2,000-member House would be unworkable, but a 435-member one with post-census seat shuffles is no less ridiculous.

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  • Now she "shuffles" - ferries around small amounts of drugs for dealers in exchange for money.

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • The poor dejected word shuffles along through the mud in the service of the sleek trader who employs it, and not until it meets with a poet is it rehabilitated and restored to dignity.

    Style

  • He added: "He kind of shuffles on the ground, but he actually got up to his knees today and started crawling."

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  • Alas it more "shuffles" than walks - the legs pull it along the ground, while the weight is supported by wheels

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  • Alas it more "shuffles" than walks - the legs pull it along the ground, while the weight is supported by wheels.

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  • The Buffer Shuffler audio effect, which "shuffles" incoming audio by buffering, then replaying it in a specified order.

    Macworld

  • This lightweight tool displays a list of incoming links on your site, and features some cool dynamic behavior that "shuffles" the list when you click a link.

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  • How many jobs has Massachusetts lost this year in the same period while Porkulus "shuffles" funds?

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  • Mr. Stringer responded with what would be the first of many management shuffles.

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