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Synonyms for flustered

thrown into a state of agitated confusion

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The airy image, as if conscious that she was the object of the murmurs and disturbance that swelled behind her, appeared slightly vexed and flustered, yet still in a manner consistent with the light vivacity and sportive mischief that were written in her countenance.
So flustered was she by two such grand young people asking for her lodger, that she forgot to invite them to sit down in the little parlor.
Flustered, May replied: "The pound fluctuates, but.
ISLAMABAD -- President Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Humayun Khan has said that Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf was flustered by successful public gathering of Bilawal Bhutto Zardari in Mansehra and Swat and has now refused to allow PPP to hold another public gathering in Mardan.
If you have an Apple Watch, you really do need this app - especially if you have a tendency to get a bit, erm, shall we say angry, flustered, or into a panic.
When the JIT started stringent investigation from Nawaz Sharif, Shahbaz Sharif and other family members then they became flustered.
Leaning on their big guns led by Elaine Kasilag, Jeannette Panaga and Myla Pablo, the Lady Warriors took control of the entire match, imposing their firepower against the flustered Perlas side.
Onlookers say the presenter look flustered as he fumbled for a pen.
Sheen, who confirmed his HIV status late last year, looked flustered and started laughing and the host said: "It's now got very awkward.
The dirty songbirds that were my breasts flustered and sang and
Robert Pattinson became flustered when asked about Kristen Stewart on Good Morning America
One flustered official said there was 'no other reason' for the behaviour.
down your cheek, and will you, flustered, brush the pearl away with the
A fifth had accidentally clashed faces, one in 10 were so flustered that they ended up waving like an idiot, and a similar number allowed a colleague to sit through a meeting with lipstick on their cheek.
People assume the world is filled with two types of characters; the people who are born with confidence and skillfully exude this in front of a crowd and those with great ideas, but become flustered, stumbling through their thoughts in front of an audience.