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Synonyms for riffle

to mix together so as to change the order of arrangement

to look through reading matter casually

Synonyms for riffle

a small wave on the surface of a liquid

shuffling by splitting the pack and interweaving the two halves at their corners

twitch or flutter

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look through a book or other written material

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stir up (water) so as to form ripples

shuffle (playing cards) by separating the deck into two parts and riffling with the thumbs so the cards intermix

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on hills hanging over beaches thatched / with reticent brush, the yellow intensities shining on cliffs, and below, it's / riffled with blue.
One method of seeking review is a so-called stand alone petition seeking relief when the IRS has issued a final determination denying the taxpayer's claim or has riffled to rule on the taxpayer's claim within six months of its filing; see Sec.
Wearing super-stylish towelling tracksuit bottoms - with her own name inscribed upon them too - she looked like a woman possessed as she riffled through what looked like the bargain section of the store.
Oh, I read a lot of excerpts, saw a play or two, took in the movie Shakespeare in Love and riffled through King Lear enough to realize he was no relation (having only daughters).
Both Envirodyne and Abernathy riffled to satisfy the Constitutional requirement that the out-of-state activities of the purported unitary business be related in some concrete way to its in-state activities.