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Reshuffle   /riʃˈəfəl/   Listen
Reshuffle

verb
1.
Shuffle again.
2.
Reorganize and assign posts to different people.






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"Reshuffle" Quotes from Famous Books



... individual choice been allowed she would have selected Peachy, Jess, Delia, or even Sheila in preference, but the lot once cast she must abide by it and be content. She had a very shrewd suspicion that when the buddies got tired of each other they elected a fresh member and so necessitated a general reshuffle of partners, and that her admission to the society had been welcomed as the pretext for such a change. Here she was, however, pledged to intimate friendship with Lorna, a girl who half fascinated and half repelled her, and who, though she might possibly turn out trumps ...
— The Jolliest School of All • Angela Brazil



Words linked to "Reshuffle" :   shuffling, ruffle, reapportionment, make, cards, rearrange, reshuffling, mix, card game, reallocation, shuffle, reallotment



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