verb (used with object), shut·tled, shut·tling.
verb (used without object), shut·tled, shut·tling.
Words nearby shuttle
Origin of shuttle
OTHER WORDS FROM shuttleshut·tle·like, adjective
Examples from the Web for shuttling
By 2008, his planes were shuttling staff and surgical equipment from coast to coast.
These same groups that trade in animals are also shuttling weapons, humans, and other illicit goods across national lines.
Secretary of State John Kerry is shuttling publicly (and talking secretly) in the Middle East.
Kerry has been shuttling back and forth and back again in an attempt to restart Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.
The moms working two jobs while shuttling around kids to activities and sports.How 'The Little Way of Ruthie Leming' Taught Me It's OK to Love My Hometown|Justin Green|April 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The buckets were filled and emptied alternately by shuttling the truck and attaching first one and then the other to the derrick.Concrete Construction|Halbert P. Gillette
Every wheel in the District motor pool was on the highway from the airport, shuttling in the wedding-party.The Great Potlatch Riots|Allen Kim Lang
She was battered by the noise and shuttling of the rush-hour traffic.Main Street|Sinclair Lewis
He told of the trail down Thunder Mountain that had been used for shuttling cattle into and out of the Basin.The Lone Ranger Rides|Fran Striker
British Dictionary definitions for shuttling
- a bus, train, aircraft, etc, that plies between two points, esp one that offers a frequent service over a short route
- short for space shuttle
- the movement between various countries of a diplomat in order to negotiate with rulers who refuse to meet each other
- (as modifier)shuttle diplomacy