- a person who shuffles.
- a person who mixes the cards, as before the deal in a card game.
Origin of shuffler
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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
Then you see clearly I am nothing but a poor creature,—a shuffler, as you said.The Man in the Iron Mask
Alexandre Dumas, Pere
It was because he 'was a shuffler, a coward, and a snob—in a word, a man.'Gilbert Keith Chesterton
And off she went, leaving me much happier than old Shuffler had done.She and I, Volume 1
John Conroy Hutcheson
"Now you are talking sensibly," the scamp said, as if M. Étienne had been the shuffler.Helmet of Navarre
Word Origin and History for shuffler
"shifty person," 1620s, agent noun from shuffle (v.).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper