Shuffle in a sentence as a noun

No one presses the shuffle button to get satisfaction out of pure randomness.

They want their songs shuffled, and they want them shuffled in a way that keeps songs from the same album distributed far apart.

Initial thoughts are I don't like how it displays my music; but I do like the shuffle since its playing songs I never hear.

I can programmatically launch AWS instances and then shuffle work to them and then terminate them when they're done.

If think your users are dumb because they don't understand randomness then you don't understand the job that shuffle is supposed to do.

But many exist only to shuffle around money in a clever way, so that some percentage of that money goes into their coffers.

The store was so crowded no more than 4 people could be in it at one time and searching LPs involved having the owner do feats of acrobatics to shuffle boxes around.

Shuffle in a sentence as a verb

I can move through the z axis of my desktop faster with alt-tab than I could ever move, shuffle, re-order a stack of documents with my hands in a 3-d environment.

Doesn't the birthday paradox also come into play here, significantly increasing the chances of a duplicated shuffle?

Often times classical CDs break up a single piece into multiple tracks, so if you're listening to your library on shuffle, you will often jump into the middle of a piece, which is annoying.

It would be so cool if there were a music player where you could link several tracks together as one piece so that shuffle would always start from the beginning and wouldn't shuffle away until the end.

AKP's response was to shuffle around 350 police officers to replace them with their own men, and unsurprisingly the police refused to carry out the prosecutor's orders for arrest.

But that also means children ought to be able to follow the life path that fits them best after the shuffle of genes they receive from their parents, the influences of their early childhood, and the constraints of their youthful circumstances.

Shuffle definitions


the act of mixing cards haphazardly

See also: shuffling make


walking with a slow dragging motion without lifting your feet; "from his shambling I assumed he was very old"

See also: shamble shambling shuffling


walk by dragging one's feet; "he shuffled out of the room"; "We heard his feet shuffling down the hall"

See also: scuffle shamble


move about, move back and forth; "He shuffled his funds among different accounts in various countries so as to avoid the IRS"


mix so as to make a random order or arrangement; "shuffle the cards"

See also: ruffle