- make (someone) agitated or confused
- an agitated or confused state
noun: fluster, plural noun: flusters
verb: fluster, 3rd person present: flusters, gerund or present participle: flustering, past tense: flustered, past participle: flustered
- 1. make (someone) agitated or confused there's nothing you can do or say to fluster Bernie the false start flustered me a bit
- 1. an agitated or confused state the main thing is not to get all in a fluster
- make (someone) agitated or confused: there's nothing you can do or say to fluster Bernie the false start flustered me a bit
- an agitated or confused state: the main thing is not to get all in a fluster
Oxford American Dictionary
1.After 30 minutes 2.They have all flustered the hands and feet 3.Meets this kind of urgent condition 4...
... eaten by the big wild wolf ~~ Peter sees everybody such flustered appearance…Thinks very interesting ...... 2009-10-03 17:49:14...
... in looked when movie suddenly has earthquake everybody all in flustered time he to hurry to seek exporteverybody to leave movie theater each person to look...