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Synonyms for fluster

Synonyms for fluster

Synonyms for fluster

a disposition that is confused or nervous and upset


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cause to be nervous or upset

References in classic literature ?
Tha'll see him flyin' backward an' for'ard carryin' worms nigh as big as himsel' an' that much noise goin' on in th' nest when he gets there as fair flusters him so as he scarce knows which big mouth to drop th' first piece in.
The "musical chairs" (as one captive manager called it) doesn't seem to fluster anybody.
1 Seventh Dwarf, Eoin Colfer 2 If I Were Boss, Les Gray 3 Molly Moon's Hypnotic Holiday, Georgia Byng 4 Cool, Michael Morpurgo 5 Fairy Fluster, Felicity Wishes 6 Magnificent Mummies, Tony Bradman 7 The Curious Incident of the Dog In The Night-Time, MarkHaddon 8 Best Friends, Jacqueline Wilson 9 Scorpia, Anthony Horowitz 10 Northern Lights, Philip Pullman 11 The Amber Spyglass, Philip Pullman 12 The Subtle Knife, Philip Pullman 13 The Cat in the Hat, Dr Seuss 14 Lola Rose, Jacqueline Wilson 15 Green Eggs and Ham, Dr Seuss 16 Captain Underpants 7, Captain Underpants 17 The Cat In The Hat Comes Back, Dr Seuss 18 Easter Activities, F Watt 19 Little Lamb, Piers Harper 20 Little Quack, Lauren Thompson
FLUSTER Kate leaves home where the doves have taken up residence
Why the Music and Lyrics star got in such a fluster outside his Fulham home in West London is a mystery.