• Definition for "flabbergast"
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flabbergast definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • resulting in become overcome with astonishment; astound. See Synonyms at surprise.
    • To astonish; to hit with wonder, esp. by extraordinary statements.
    • To cause become overcome with astonishment; astound. See Synonyms at shock.
    • To astonish; to strike with question, esp. by extraordinary statements.
    • resulting in is overcome with astonishment; astound. See Synonyms at surprise.
    • To astonish; to strike with question, esp. by extraordinary statements.
    • resulting in become overcome with astonishment; astound. See Synonyms at surprise.
    • To astonish; to hit with question, esp. by extraordinary statements.
    • resulting in to-be overcome with astonishment; astound. See Synonyms at shock.
    • To astonish; to strike with wonder, esp. by extraordinary statements.
    • To cause becoming overcome with astonishment; astound. See Synonyms at shock.
    • To astonish; to hit with question, esp. by extraordinary statements.
    • To cause to-be overcome with astonishment; astound. See Synonyms at shock.
    • To cause becoming overcome with astonishment; astound. See Synonyms at shock.
    • To cause becoming overcome with astonishment; astound. See Synonyms at shock.
    • To astonish; to hit with question, esp. by extraordinary statements.
    • To astonish; to strike with question, esp. by extraordinary statements.
    • To astonish; to strike with wonder, esp. by extraordinary statements.
  • others:
    • to conquer with confusion or bewilderment; astonish, with ludicrous impact; confound: as, the headlines completely flabbergasted him.
    • to conquer with confusion or bewilderment; astonish, with ludicrous impact; confound: as, the news completely flabbergasted him.
    • to conquer with confusion or bewilderment; astonish, with ludicrous result; confound: as, the news completely flabbergasted him.
    • to conquer with confusion or bewilderment; astonish, with ludicrous impact; confound: as, the news completely flabbergasted him.
    • to conquer with confusion or bewilderment; astonish, with ludicrous effect; confound: as, the headlines completely flabbergasted him.
    • to conquer with confusion or bewilderment; astonish, with ludicrous impact; confound: as, the news completely flabbergasted him.
    • To overcome with confusion or bewilderment; astonish, with ludicrous result; confound: as, the news headlines totally flabbergasted him.
    • to conquer with confusion or bewilderment; astonish, with ludicrous impact; confound: as, the news totally flabbergasted him.
    • to conquer with confusion or bewilderment; astonish, with ludicrous impact; confound: as, the headlines entirely flabbergasted him.
  • verb:
    • conquer with amazement
    • overcome with amazement
    • overcome with amazement
    • overcome with amazement
    • conquer with amazement
    • overcome with amazement
    • conquer with amazement
    • overcome with amazement
    • overcome with amazement
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