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Word used to describe someone/something that's just...off. You can't put your finger on exactly what it is, but something about that person/thing is just disturbing/sketchy/suspicious/creepy/unsettling.
I don't think Janelle's innocent. I think she framed her roommate. She seems kinda shifty to me...
by *The Boss* November 26, 2009
Often is named danielle. A very shady person who you should be suspicious of.
~"Stop being so shifty!"
+ "i cant help it. thats why i was named danie
by The Shiftyest of them all January 22, 2012
(n.) Slang for a shift supervisor. Used as to not confuse them with a manager, as corporate hierarchy must always be well noted.
Customer: Are you the manager?
Shifty: Yes, how can I help?
Employee: You're no manager, you shifty!
by Sovv J September 16, 2009
In No-Limit Hold'em, to overplay or overvalue a draw.
Person A: Did you see that guy shove 400 BBs with a flush draw?

Person B: Yeah, shifty stuff right there.
by A-rondo March 30, 2010

a woman who is a homewrecker and likes to hit on "bill wish"...often likes to use questionable manuevers in getting what she wants from other people.
Shifty, you wild thing, you totally stole "Hank's" beach house!!!!!!!
by sheshuba December 16, 2007
a shady untrustworthy person. Usually identified by their sleazy demeanour, constantly shifting eyes, and uncontrollable sleaze
Tom Carmody was looking very shifty as he puffed on his durry
by Shifty Old Boy November 15, 2010
A game played by two or more players that involves throwing a water bottle or other irregularly shaped object to the other players. If a player makes a bad pass, fails to catch the bottle, or does not throw it quickly, he is out. A player must throw the bottle in the same manner in which they catch it. The player may throw it to another player by repeating the motion or continuing it in a fluid manner. When the game narrows down to two players, they play the best out of three wins. Additionally, a player can never be out on the first throw of any round. Players may not laser it to other players or throw with excessive force. This "ok" speed should be slightly faster than a quick underhand toss. If a player catches the bottle with one hand, they must throw it with one hand, and the same goes for two hands. Players must go for bottles passed close to them or within "playable distance."
Lets play some SHIFTIES!!!
by Jmal Soivachavich November 05, 2009