Fluster in a sentence

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fluster;

[verb] to behave in a confused manner; To make shocked, nervous, embarrassed;

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I want to take things one step at a time without getting flustered. I want to live in the moment.

When I got the phone call telling me of my father’s death, I was completely flustered.

She throws this water bottle at my head and that gets me flustered.

I am sorry questions fluster you and won’t ask you any more.

As he arrived home he hoped he didn’t look flustered, so his mummy would notice anything amiss.

The key to dealing with these people is not to get flustered, take your time answering the questions and hold your nerve.

He is embarrassed and flustered by the question, and clearly gives the impression in his answer.

He was flustered and embarrassed by Kirk’s words.

I found her unusually flustered for no apparent reason.

If you give them too many tasks, or try to hurry them, they will become flustered and possibly stressed.