shuffler

[shuhf-ler]
noun
1.
a person who shuffles.
2.
a person who mixes the cards, as before the deal in a card game.

Origin:
1605–15; shuffle + -er1

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shuffle (ˈʃʌfəl)
 
vb (when intr, often foll by into or out of)
1.  to walk or move (the feet) with a slow dragging motion
2.  to change the position of (something), esp quickly or in order to deceive others
3.  (tr) to mix together in a careless manner: he shuffled the papers nervously
4.  to mix up (cards in a pack) to change their order
5.  (intr) to behave in an awkward, evasive, or underhand manner; equivocate
6.  to move or cause to move clumsily: he shuffled out of the door
7.  (intr) to dance the shuffle
 
n
8.  the act or an instance of shuffling
9.  a dance or dance step with short dragging movements of the feet
 
[C16: probably from Low German schüffeln; see shove]
 
'shuffler
 
n

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Example sentences
Still, he can make plays from sideline to sideline and is more of a
  turn-and-run type than a shuffler.
But if the reigning model of the cognitive scientists is right, the brain is
  also a computer, a shuffler of information.
The dealer shall deliver the first stack of cards dealt by the shuffler to the
  player to the left of the player-dealer.
The shuffler dispenses the cards in stacks of three.
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