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adjective as in agitated

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adjective as in bemused

adjective as in embarrassed

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adjective as in hot and bothered

adjective as in perturbed

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adjective as in shaken

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Before they disappeared, Giafaglione said two complained of police enforcement and the other, a woman in her late 70s who kept three dogs for safety, was often flustered when she was forced to move.

After a flustered search the driver handed a passport to Harmon.

Although those criticisms have forced her to play defense, Galloway hardly seems flustered.

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It's important that though she's flustered she knows his number and stands up to him as his equal.

Mandel looked flustered; he obviously considers himself a talented comic.

Flustered, I typed “iTunes” into the tiny oblong search box to see how many charges there were in total.

On the phone, Walt is flustered—he says “bug up his butt” instead of “stick”—but Skyler buys it.

Miss China and her translator were both visibly flustered, but the best was Bravo exec Andy Cohen.

She followed him into the clean little kitchen, half amused, half flustered.

Her color was unusually high, and had she been any but a lady of the grande monde I should have said that she was flustered.

"I'm so very sorry," Anson said, slightly flustered, remembering that this was always the crucial moment in a sale.

One of the servants and flatterers of Agathocles, whose name was Philo, came out to the stadium still flustered with wine.

Mr Neeld was sadly flustered by these recurring references to him.


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