What is another word for shuffling?

551 synonyms found


[ ʃˈʌflɪŋ], [ ʃˈʌflɪŋ], [ ʃ_ˈʌ_f_l_ɪ_ŋ]

Shuffling is the act of dragging your feet or walking slowly without lifting them. Synonyms for shuffling include dragging, shuffling steps, shuffling gait, shamble, scuffling, dragging. Some other synonyms include trudging, plodding, stumbling, hobbling. Shuffling is often associated with tiredness or laziness, but it can also be a medical condition caused by issues like Parkinson's disease. Synonyms for the word shuffle can also refer to the act of moving things around to rearrange them. Such synonyms include rearrange, reorganize, reshuffle, mix up, change, and shake up. In general, when it comes to the word shuffling, there are many different synonyms to choose from depending on the context.

Related words: shuffling cards, shuffle cards, casino shuffle, card games, card game shuffling, playing card shuffling, poker card shuffling, blackjack card shuffling, shuffling games

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    Usage examples for Shuffling

    To the cadence of barked orders, shuffling feet and grinding, pounding, thumping machinery, the buildings rose, the men moved in.
    "For Every Man A Reason"
    Patrick Wilkins
    At this point the sound of shuffling feet was heard coming from the hall running through the center of the house.
    "The Man from Jericho"
    Edwin Carlile Litsey
    What way could you say your prayers, and shadows shuffling and dealing before you on the blind?
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    Sir James M. Barrie George Middleton Althea Thurston Percy Mackaye Lady Augusta Gregor Eugene Pillot Anton Tchekov Bosworth Crocker Alfred Kreymborg Paul Greene Arthur Hopkins Paul Hervieu Jeannette Marks Oscar M. Wolff David Pinski Beulah Bornstead Herma

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