Definition of shuffleboard
1 : a game in which players use long-handled cues to shove disks into scoring areas of a diagram marked on a smooth surface
2 : a diagram on which shuffleboard is played
Recent Examples of shuffleboard from the Web
Sports include everything from shuffleboard to the triathlon.
Games, including tabletop shuffleboard and darts, will also be part of the Brewpourium.
The subcommittee has considered adding hiking and jogging trails, a bocce ball court, horseshoes, shuffleboard, a leash-free dog park, a community garden, new access points, and opening it up as a wedding venue.
The eclectic space has been re-invented with 44 loft-style rooms, a rooftop bar, and a basement bar with shuffleboard.
The Italian game of bocce has been described as a cross between bowling and shuffleboard.
The sports are archery, badminton, basketball, bowling, cycling, golf, horseshoes, pickleball, race walk, raquetball, road race, shuffleboard, softball, swimming, table tennis, tennis, track and field, triathlon and volleyball.
This two-story waterside destination in the East Bank of the Flats is known for its 27,000-square-feet of entertainment, which includes pinball, bowling, shuffleboard and karaoke.
That means no buffets, no shuffleboard and no slot machines.
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Origin and Etymology of shuffleboard
alteration of obsolete English shove-board
First Known Use: 1836See Words from the same year
SHUFFLEBOARD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of shuffleboard for English Language Learners
: a game in which players use a long stick with a curved piece at one end to slide discs into scoring areas that are marked on the ground
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