flustrated

or flus·ter·at·ed

[ fluhs-trey-tid or fluhs-tuh-rey-tid ]
/ ˈflʌs treɪ tɪd or ˈflʌs təˌreɪ tɪd /

adjective

flustered; agitated.

Origin of flustrated

flustrate (blend of fluster and frustrate) + -ed2
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Word Origin and History for flusterated

flustrated


adj.

1712, jocular formation from fluster + frustrated.

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