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Synonyms for shamble

shuffle

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Synonyms for shamble

to drag (the feet) along the floor or ground while walking

Synonyms for shamble

walking with a slow dragging motion without lifting your feet

walk by dragging one's feet

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Opener Pipe down was the perfect remedy and, with its crunching, poppy chorus sending the crowd in to pogo-frenzied raptures, the Baby shambles circus was set.
However, without the grass-roots there is no game for the shambles to run.
The team's performance mirrored the way things are here - which is a complete shambles," said Ford.
However, Shambles scored two breakaway efforts in the second half to make it 4-2 before HMP pulled one back.
The club blamed a late rush for tickets for the shambles and insist there will be no repeat when Ibrox opens up again tomorrow for the visit of Liverpool.
He continues, with the zeal of a Sherlock Holmes: "Mr Armitage's pictures of Shambles Lane and Cross Queen Street could not have been taken in 1973.
Tynedale District Council officials took steps to make sure The Shambles, which consists of a wooden roof on stone columns, was safe.
Ahead of the debate, shadow defence secretary Bernard Jenkin said: "Nothing the government said yesterday altered the impression that the government's policy in Iraq is a shambles.
According to LAUSD officials, the district hired Kwalwasser at a critical time, when the legal office was in shambles.
The fourth multi-media Electraglade literature evening takes place at the Shambles Bar, Market Square, Whitby, next Friday from 6pm.
The payments system within the National Assembly is a shambles and it is not good enough just to blame the computers.
You can't miss the towering York Minster, one of Britain's truly magnificent cathedrals or if you just want want to wander round, be sure not to miss a ramble in the world-famous Shambles, one of the best-preserved medieval streets in Europe.
What she found was that, although many promises were made by other countries to significantly aid in reconstruction after the Afghan war, the medical system in Kabul remains in shambles with mothers and their babies dying because of the lack of basic medical supplies, intermittent power outages and poor sanitation.
A Wyn Fremlin strike and an own goal saw Morpeth Shambles win a hardfought contest against Amble Blue Bell in Group Two of the Subsidiary Cup.
He had no answer as to why his company's highest-profile operation had gone way past being a shambles, or even an omnishambles.