shufty


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shufty

(ˈʃʊftɪ; ˈʃʌftɪ) or

shufti

n, pl -ties
slang Brit a look; peep
[C20: from Arabic]
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Honestly, I took a cursory shufty around it while the programme was screening the other week and was shook right out of my Tetleysinduced torpor.
And while I'd loved to have been a fly on the Lionheart sundeck when Sir Shifty got a shufty of those snaps of a bikiniclad Chloe straddling the shoulders of her new love in Barbados, I don't much care if this overindulged rich kid's dodgy life choices end badly for the Greens.
There are webcams installed all over the world you can take a quick shufty about what's going on elsewhere.
I've had to slip in via the back door (or tent flap, if we're being literal) and have a shufty round by other means.
A quick shufty at Google reveals The Butchershop Bar and Grill is apparently billed as Glasgow's premier cocktail bar and grill restaurant.
I've given it a lot of thought and had a quick shufty at the bank balance.
Oh, and did I mention that they also had time to take a lingering shufty at the contents?
Meanwhile the children are using up the stored time, fooling, and prancing over ropes, and being interpreters, since the sailors can say no more than rumpy-pumpy, fooky-fooky, and shufty kush.