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shuffle British & World English

Walk by dragging one’s feet along or without lifting them fully from the ground

shuffle English Thesaurus

they shuffled along the passage towards the headmaster's study

double shuffle British & World English

A dance in which a person makes shuffling movements twice with each foot alternately

shuffle the cards British & World English

Make a different use of one’s available options or resources

be lost in the shuffle British & World English

Be overlooked or missed in a confused or crowded situation

shuffle through in shuffle British & World English

Sort or look through (a number of things) hurriedly

shuffle something into in shuffle British & World English

Put part of one’s body into (an item of clothing), typically in a clumsy way

shuffle something off in shuffle British & World English

Get out of or avoid a responsibility or obligation

shuffle out of in shuffle British & World English

Get out of (a difficult situation) in an underhand way

reshuffle British & World English

Interchange the positions of (members of a team, especially government ministers)

shuffle the cards in shuffle British & World English

Make a different use of one’s available options or resources

be lost in the shuffle in shuffle British & World English

Be overlooked or missed in a confused or crowded situation

be or get lost in the shuffle in shuffle British & World English

Be overlooked or missed in a confused or crowded situation