As in like a shoe scraping across the floor or the ground?

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#I'm not completely sure what 'shuffle' means.

  • スッ, スッスッ can be used for sounds made by slippers moving on the floor. スッ is for one step; スッスッ is for multiple steps (strides)
  • シャカシャカ may be used when the movement is quick.
  • ズッ, ズッズッ for shoes on the ground (a dictionary tells this is for scuffing).
  • ズルズル is a general one for dragging (oneself, in the walking context).

Probably not shuffling, but

  • キュッ, キュッキュッ is typically for basketball players moving in a court (the sound the shoes make when stopping on the floor).

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