Definition of Shuffleboards

1. Noun. (plural of shuffleboard) ¹



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Definition of Shuffleboards

1. shuffleboard [n] - See also: shuffleboard

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shuffleboards

shudder
shuddered
shuddering
shudderingly
shudderings
shudders
shuddery
shuddup
shude
shudes
shudra
shuffle off this mortal coil
shuffle steer
shuffleboard
shuffleboards (current term)
shuffled
shuffler
shufflers
shuffles
shufflewing
shufflewings
shufflingly
shufflings
shuffly
shufti
shufties
shuftis
shufty

Literary usage of Shuffleboards

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Kindergarten for Teachers and Parents (1897)
"... shuffleboards, balls for hand ball, and last, but not least, the sand pile. What wonder that the children were all eager to come and loth to go. ..."

2. The History of England by David Hume, Tobias George Smollett (1825)
"... suffering journeymen, labourers, servants, or apprentices, to game with cards, dice, shuffleboards, mississippi, or billiard tables, skittles, ninepins, ..."

3. American State Papers Bearing on Sunday Legislation by William Addison Blakely, Willard Allen Colcord (1911)
"... bagatelle tables, Jenny Lind tables, or other tables of the kind mentioned in the first section of this Act, shuffleboards Places of and bowling alleys, ..."

4. American State Papers Bearing on Sunday Legislation by William Addison Blakely, Willard Allen Colcord (1911)
"... bagatelle tables, Jenny Lind tables, or other tables of the kind mentioned in the first section of this Act, shuffleboards and bowling alleys, ..."

5. Josiah Tucker, Economist: A Study in the History of Economics by Walter Ernest Clark (1903)
"... cudgel-playing, etc., moreover on fives-places, and ball- courts, billiard tables, shuffleboards, skittle alleys, bowling greens, and cock-pits. ..."

6. The History of England: From the Revolution in 1688, to the Death of George by Tobias George Smollett, David Hume (1822)
"... that all publicans suffering journeymen, labourers, servants, or apprentices, to game with cards, dice, shuffleboards, mississippi, or billiard tables, ..."

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