- shuffle off,
- shuffle play,
Origin of shuffler
Examples from the Web for shuffler
What right have you to bear more children to a man who is a liar and a shuffler?Marriage la mode|Mrs. Humphry Ward
It was because he 'was a shuffler, a coward, and a snob—in a word, a man.'Gilbert Keith Chesterton|Patrick Braybrooke
"Now you are talking sensibly," the scamp said, as if M. Étienne had been the shuffler.Helmet of Navarre|Bertha Runkle
And off she went, leaving me much happier than old Shuffler had done.She and I, Volume 1|John Conroy Hutcheson
By the time that I returned home, I had moreover become a confirmed "shuffler."Confessions of an Etonian|I. E. M.
"shifty person," 1620s, agent noun from shuffle (v.).