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Synonyms for shuffle

Synonyms for shuffle

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

to mix together so as to change the order of arrangement

to proceed or perform in an unsteady, faltering manner

to use evasive or deliberately vague language

to stray from truthfulness or sincerity

Synonyms for shuffle

the act of mixing cards haphazardly

walking with a slow dragging motion without lifting your feet

walk by dragging one's feet

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move about, move back and forth

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mix so as to make a random order or arrangement

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William Shakespeare shuffled off his mortal coil in 1616, nearly four centuries before the discovery of DNA.
Maybe we'll see an uncut version when that class of classic comics have all shuffled off.
Within weeks, Secretary of State Madeleine Albright had shuffled off to the South Korean capital.
I thought I'd shuffled off this cabbagy, overstuffed-armchair mortal coil and ascended to good-design heaven.
In the end, he was shuffled off to another classroom.
Solly knows three or four people who fall into this category and I would hazard a guess that quite a few have recently shuffled off the proverbial mortal coil.
So feeling about 652 I shuffled off to One Spa for the day.
Kitty's departure capped a decent Sunday night for exitbetting punters after Audley Harrison shuffled off the Strictly Come Dancing floor.
You may recall that shortly before she herself shuffled off this mortal coil, my mother requested that I keep a bottle of champagne in my fridge, to be opened in celebration upon the death of Margaret Thatcher.
Inspector Morse might have shuffled off this mortal coil, but there are still killers about and Lewis has proved a worthy successor in the crime stakes.
I am boycotting in protest that the BBC seems to think we don't mind seeing grey-haired men all over the channel but the women get shuffled off when they are deemed too old.
After further treatment, he shuffled off the pitch gingerly, holding his back, and was replaced by Noel Oelschig.
The shaken star shuffled off stage as the din increased.
Consequently, a disillusioned Chopra shuffled off to Cardiff City, presumably to be buried in a welter of mediocrity.