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A flock of young pullets that have been accustomed to ranging freely over the farm were completely flabbergasted by the situation.
THE RED COW AND HER FRIENDSPETER MCARTHUR
To say that David was flabbergasted was to express his condition mildly.
UNDER THE CHINESE DRAGONF. S. BRERETON
If I hadnt been so flabbergasted I might have given you a friendly tip.
THE GRAY PHANTOM'S RETURNHERMAN LANDON
Flabbergasted and breathless, Chris was unaware that he had moved closer to peer out the window in every direction.
MR. WICKER'S WINDOWCARLEY DAWSON
He was flabbergasted for a while,” replied Joe, “but he finally called it a two-base hit and let it go at that.
BASEBALL JOE AROUND THE WORLDLESTER CHADWICK
Yes indeed murmered Mr Salteena deeply flabbergasted by the ready wit of the earl.
THE YOUNG VISITERS OR, MR. SALTEENA'S PLANDAISY ASHFORD
But even if I was flabbergasted, I could seem to just hear those words, "saved my life."
ROY BLAKELY, PATHFINDERPERCY KEESE FITZHUGH
There was an excuse for us to be absolutely flabbergasted when the Kaiser's crowd rushed on to Paris.
THE SEQUELGEORGE A. TAYLOR
Yet here was a side to his character he had never even dreamed of, and he was flabbergasted.
THE TWINS OF SUFFERING CREEKRIDGWELL CULLUM
As for Huntington, he was simply (as he explained afterwards, seeking to justify his ready acquiescence) flabbergasted.
THE HEART OF THUNDER MOUNTAINEDFRID A. BINGHAM
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