View definitions for shuffle
verb as in move along lazily
Third, even if Netflix were to officially add a linear channel to its global service, that channel could end up being little more than a dressed-up shuffle button spinning through Netflix’s library of shows and movies.
Count Industry Dive among the winners of B2B media’s coronavirus shuffle.
Put simply, they didn’t have to go through the shuffle of standing up a digital storefront or digitizing a customer touchpoint practically overnight.
In 2018, the delightful “Stan and Ollie” unfortunately got lost in the holiday release shuffle and did not get the box office or the reviews it deserved.
Not only do overly long emails annoy bloggers but your intended message will get lost in the shuffle.
Obama has latched on to the failure of the embargo to topple the Castros as justification to shuffle the deck.
These formations streamed from Rwanda with the same hopeless shuffle as they did from Bosnia and now as they do from Syria.
Near the door thousands of stilettos slide and shuffle on black ice, somehow always keeping their immaculate balance.
Suddenly the crowd parted, making way for a man who walked toward us in a bent over shuffle.
He instead had to work for it, fake it, steal it, copy it, shuffle and fight.
Surely nothing can be more ungraceful than to see a lady shuffle and run across a street.
There 'light, and played at shuffle-board, eat cream and good churies; and so with good refreshment home.
He call me by my name, an' den it come over me dat we done got mix' up in de shuffle an' dat I wuz shootin' at you.
There was a shuffle of feet all round, and a general rush of anxious mothers into the rick to fetch out their young.
The man at the entrance ties on these enormous things and we shuffle along in them as best we can.
On this page you'll find 88 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to shuffle, such as: drag, limp, straggle, stumble, muddle, and pad.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.