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flustered

[ fluhs-terd ]
/ ˈflʌs tərd /
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adjective
in a state of agitated or nervous confusion: In the past, I have prepared to take exams feeling flustered and anxious, but now I am more confident in my abilities.
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OTHER WORDS FROM flustered

un·flus·tered, adjective
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