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Synonyms for fazed

caused to show discomposure

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n p we won't be fazed or overawed - we were delighted with the draw TOM TAIWO
Neil was not fazed at all by the audience and is taking it all in his stride, although he's enjoying the extra attention from the girls.
Cumberland are top of the table but we are not fazed by that.
Back then he was fazed by the spotlight in Paris and limped out at the semi-final stage, but it will take something drastic to prevent the Welshman lining up in the final this time.
But a source close to organisers of the event in Leicester said: "She is a big act but a few people felt like showing their displeasure - she didn't seem fazed.
Other real estate groups, like the Real Estate Board of New York, seem less fazed by the proposed legislation.
Lacewings are not fazed by direct exposure to Bt, but they languish from indirect effects, say Angelica Hilbeck of the Swiss Federal Research Station in Zurich and her colleagues.
But that leeway hasn't fazed Parris since he started working with trade finance firms to of r credit to foreign buyers.
But McCallum, 20, insists he won't be fazed by the big occasion.
PAUL Lambert insists he will not be fazed by returning to Norwich as he prepares to run the gauntlet of indifference in the Capital One Cup at Carrow Road tomorrow.
The 29-year-old former model, dubbed 'the next Nicole Kidman', admitted that though she is unselfconscious about her body, she is not fazed at all by love scenes.
I am not fazed by what happened with Scotland, it was a great experience and I learned a lot from it," he said.
Playing at EllandRoadmay be a longway from his days as a youngster at West Hagley Colts but Walsall striker Alex Nicholls will not be fazed when he faces Leeds United on Saturday.
WARREN GATLAND has insisted his Grand Slam champions will not be fazed by playing France in Paris in the Six Nations' first live Friday night clash next season.