[shuhf-uh l-bawrd, -bohrd] /ˈʃʌf əlˌbɔrd, -ˌboʊrd/
a game in which standing players shove or push wooden or plastic disks with a long cue toward numbered scoring sections marked on a floor or deck.
the board or marked surface, as on a floor or deck, on which this game is played.
a game in which players push wooden or plastic discs with a long cue towards numbered scoring sections marked on a floor, esp a ship’s deck
the marked area on which this game is played
- Shuffle play
noun 1. a facility on a compact disc player that randomly selects a track from one of a number of compact discs
noun 1. a person who shuffles. 2. a person who mixes the cards, as before the deal in a card game. shucks
adjective 1. moving in a dragging or clumsy manner. 2. prevaricating; evasive. verb (used without object), shuffled, shuffling. 1. to walk without lifting the feet or with clumsy steps and a shambling gait. 2. to scrape the feet over the floor in dancing. 3. to move clumsily (usually followed by into): to shuffle into one’s […]
noun (pl) -ties 1. (Brit, slang) a look; peep