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flusters

See definition of flusters on Dictionary.com
  • nounperturbation, upset
  • verbupset, perturb

synonyms for flusters

  • agitation
  • brouhaha
  • commotion
  • disturbance
  • dither
  • flap
  • flurry
  • flutter
  • furor
  • ruffle
  • state
  • to-do
  • turmoil
  • mystify
  • perplex
  • bewilder
  • discombobulate
  • nonplus
  • confuse
  • muddle
  • distract
  • confound
  • agitate
  • unhinge
  • discompose
  • ruffle
  • disturb
  • frustrate
  • rattle
  • disquiet
  • bother
  • puzzle
  • excite
  • heat
  • flip
  • flurry
  • hassle
  • spook
  • hurry
  • addle
  • craze
  • work up
  • fuddle
  • get to
  • make nervous
  • make waves
  • psych
  • stir up
  • throw off balance

antonyms for flusters

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  • calm
  • calmness
  • order
  • peace
  • quiet
  • tranquility
  • comfort
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How to use flusters in a sentence

A man who can keep himself sober after dinner plays with one who flusters himself with drink.
MR. SCARBOROUGH'S FAMILYANTHONY TROLLOPE
You see, it was my day out, and that always flusters me anyhow.
THE MARK OF CAINCAROLYN WELLS
Mrs. Flusters (who is seated in a brougham with her husband, on their way to dine with some friends in Cromwell Road).
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