- Also flus·ter·at·ed [fluhs-tuh-rey-tid] /ˈflʌs təˌreɪ tɪd/ .
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How to use flustrated in a sentence
I tell yer, Aunt Becky, it done me good all over to see em so flustrated, and he burst into a loud guffaw.Old Times in Dixie Land | Caroline E. Merrick
"You look as flustrated as ef you had man company," Mr. Sanders remarked, as she greeted him.The Bishop and the Boogerman | Joel Chandler Harris
Why, minx, thou art as much flustrated as if thou wert to be married thyself.The Knight of the Golden Melice | John Turvill Adams
Huldy's got a high temper and she was so mad that she got flustrated, and that's what caused all the trouble.Quincy Adams Sawyer and Mason's Corner Folks | Charles Felton Pidgin
I feel almost too flustrated to meet your Western friends, and she smoothed out various discrepancies in her toilette.The Motor Girls at Lookout Beach | Margaret Penrose