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General Brent Scowcroft, national security adviser to the first President Bush, shuffled head-down through the mob.

Asked how he had gotten into the house, Angleton, who was among other things an expert at picking locks, “shuffled his feet.”

We were too tired to resist this outrage, but shuffled down the street, silent and despairing.

Then, less than six months later, Wittwer shuffled back on his earlier enthusiastic plans.

The crowds shuffled out, and still the Internet activists were nowhere to be seen.

The crowd shuffled off in all directions, and then engaged in a confused struggle for the chairs.

Ward shuffled leisurely through some papers, finally producing a telegram.

Her feet shuffled unevenly on the floor, and it would have been a joy to shake the in valid there with the rapt look in his face.

He had to call twice before an old man shuffled along a dark passage from the rear of the house and stood before him.

Denton shuffled off to obey, while Justin's voice came rolling inside with weird effect.


On this page you'll find 91 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to shuffled, such as: alternated, null, commutated, interchanged, reciprocated, and replaced.

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