shuffleboard(redirected from Deck shuffleboard)
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1. A game in which disks are slid with a pronged cue along a smooth level surface toward one of two usually triangular targets painted on the surface and divided into numbered scoring areas.
2. A surface on which this game is played.
1. (Games, other than specified) a game in which players push wooden or plastic discs with a long cue towards numbered scoring sections marked on a floor, esp a ship's deck
2. (Games, other than specified) the marked area on which this game is played
shuf•fle•board(ˈʃʌf əlˌbɔrd, -ˌboʊrd)
1. a game in which players use long cues to push disks toward numbered scoring sections marked on a floor or other surface.
2. the marked surface on which this game is played.
[1525–35; alter. of earlier shove board]