Etymology
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shuffleboard (n.)

1530s, shovillaborde "shovel board," an unexplained alteration of shove-board (1520s), from shove (v.) + board (n.1). Originally a tabletop game (c. 1600), the large-scale version (1877) was invented for play on ocean liners.

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Definitions of shuffleboard

shuffleboard (n.)
a game in which players use long sticks to shove wooden disks onto the scoring area marked on a smooth surface;
Synonyms: shovelboard
From wordnet.princeton.edu

Dictionary entries near shuffleboard

shtup

shuck

shucks

shudder

shuffle

shuffleboard

shuffler

shufty

shul

shun

shunt