• Definition for "fluster"
    • to help make or become nervous or annoyed.
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fluster definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to help make or become nervous or annoyed.
    • In order to make or come to be nervous or upset.
    • to produce hot and rosy, as with ingesting; to temperature; for this reason, to toss into agitation and confusion; to confuse; to muddle.
    • to create or be stressed or upset.
    • In order to make hot and rosy, as with drinking; to heat; thus, to throw into agitation and confusion; to confuse; to muddle.
    • To make hot and rosy, much like ingesting; to temperature; for this reason, to throw into agitation and confusion; to confuse; to muddle.
    • to produce or come to be nervous or upset.
    • which will make hot and rosy, just like ingesting; to temperature; thus, to put into agitation and confusion; to confuse; to muddle.
    • In order to make or come to be nervous or upset.
    • to help make or come to be stressed or upset.
    • which will make hot and rosy, as with ingesting; to temperature; hence, to toss into agitation and confusion; to confuse; to muddle.
    • to help make hot and rosy, much like drinking; to heat; hence, to toss into agitation and confusion; to confuse; to muddle.
    • which will make or come to be stressed or upset.
    • to create hot and rosy, much like drinking; to heat; thus, to throw into agitation and confusion; to confuse; to muddle.
    • to create or be nervous or annoyed.
    • to create or come to be nervous or annoyed.
    • to help make hot and rosy, much like ingesting; to temperature; thus, to throw into agitation and confusion; to confuse; to muddle.
    • to produce or come to be stressed or upset.
    • to help make hot and rosy, just like ingesting; to temperature; for this reason, to throw into agitation and confusion; to confuse; to muddle.
    • to produce or come to be stressed or annoyed.
    • In order to make hot and rosy, just like ingesting; to heat; thus, to throw into agitation and confusion; to confuse; to muddle.
    • to create or come to be nervous or annoyed.
    • In order to make hot and rosy, just like consuming; to temperature; ergo, to throw into agitation and confusion; to confuse; to muddle.
    • which will make hot and rosy, much like ingesting; to temperature; ergo, to put into agitation and confusion; to confuse; to muddle.
  • noun:
    • A state of agitation, confusion, or pleasure.
    • a situation of agitation, confusion, or excitement.
    • a situation of agitation, confusion, or excitement.
    • temperature or glow, as from consuming; agitation mingled with confusion; condition.
    • temperature or radiance, as from ingesting; agitation mingled with confusion; disorder.
    • temperature or radiance, as from ingesting; agitation mingled with confusion; condition.
    • Confusion or shame brought on by surprise; mental confusion and pleasure or perturbation; flurry.
    • Confusion or embarrassment caused by surprise; mental confusion and excitement or perturbation; flurry.
    • a disposition that's perplexed or stressed and upset
    • Confusion or shame caused by surprise; psychological confusion and excitement or perturbation; flurry.
    • a disposition that is puzzled or stressed and upset
    • a disposition which perplexed or nervous and upset
    • A state of agitation, confusion, or pleasure.
    • Heat or shine, as from consuming; agitation mingled with confusion; disorder.
    • Confusion or shame caused by shock; psychological confusion and pleasure or perturbation; flurry.
    • a disposition that's perplexed or stressed and upset
    • circumstances of agitation, confusion, or excitement.
    • a situation of agitation, confusion, or excitement.
    • Heat or radiance, as from consuming; agitation mingled with confusion; disorder.
    • Heat or glow, as from consuming; agitation mingled with confusion; disorder.
    • Confusion or embarrassment caused by shock; emotional confusion and pleasure or perturbation; flurry.
    • a disposition this is certainly perplexed or nervous and annoyed
    • Confusion or embarrassment caused by shock; psychological confusion and excitement or perturbation; flurry.
    • a disposition that's confused or stressed and upset
    • a situation of agitation, confusion, or excitement.
    • temperature or shine, as from consuming; agitation mingled with confusion; disorder.
    • Confusion or shame due to surprise; mental confusion and pleasure or perturbation; flurry.
    • a disposition which puzzled or nervous and annoyed
    • A state of agitation, confusion, or excitement.
    • A state of agitation, confusion, or excitement.
    • A state of agitation, confusion, or pleasure.
    • A state of agitation, confusion, or excitement.
    • temperature or radiance, as from ingesting; agitation mingled with confusion; disorder.
    • temperature or glow, as from ingesting; agitation mingled with confusion; condition.
    • temperature or shine, as from drinking; agitation mingled with confusion; condition.
    • Confusion or embarrassment caused by shock; mental confusion and excitement or perturbation; flurry.
    • a situation of agitation, confusion, or excitement.
    • a disposition this is certainly perplexed or stressed and annoyed
    • Heat or radiance, as from ingesting; agitation mingled with confusion; disorder.
    • Confusion or embarrassment due to surprise; psychological confusion and excitement or perturbation; flurry.
    • Confusion or embarrassment due to surprise; emotional confusion and excitement or perturbation; flurry.
    • temperature or radiance, as from ingesting; agitation mingled with confusion; disorder.
    • a disposition that's perplexed or nervous and upset
    • Confusion or shame caused by shock; psychological confusion and excitement or perturbation; flurry.
    • a disposition this is certainly confused or stressed and annoyed
    • Confusion or embarrassment caused by surprise; mental confusion and pleasure or perturbation; flurry.
    • a disposition that is puzzled or nervous and annoyed
    • a disposition this is certainly perplexed or stressed and upset
  • verb:
    • To confuse, befuddle, throw into panic by making overwrought with confusion.
    • To confuse, befuddle, throw into panic through overwrought with confusion.
    • To confuse, befuddle, toss into anxiety through overwrought with confusion.
    • reason enough to be nervous or upset
    • cause to be stressed or upset
    • be flustered; act in a confused manner
    • reason to be stressed or upset
    • be flustered; act in a confused way
    • be flustered; act in a confused manner
    • To confuse, befuddle, toss into anxiety through overwrought with confusion.
    • reason enough to be nervous or annoyed
    • be flustered; respond in a confused fashion
    • To confuse, befuddle, toss into anxiety by simply making overwrought with confusion.
    • To confuse, befuddle, throw into panic by making overwrought with confusion.
    • reason enough to be nervous or annoyed
    • be flustered; respond in a confused way
    • reason enough to be nervous or upset
    • be flustered; respond in a confused manner
    • To confuse, befuddle, toss into panic through overwrought with confusion.
    • cause to be nervous or upset
    • To confuse, befuddle, throw into panic by making overwrought with confusion.
    • To confuse, befuddle, toss into anxiety by making overwrought with confusion.
    • To confuse, befuddle, throw into anxiety through overwrought with confusion.
    • be flustered; respond in a confused manner
    • To confuse, befuddle, toss into panic by simply making overwrought with confusion.
    • cause to be nervous or annoyed
    • To confuse, befuddle, throw into anxiety by making overwrought with confusion.
    • be flustered; respond in a confused way
    • reason to be nervous or upset
    • reason to be nervous or annoyed
    • be flustered; respond in a confused fashion
    • reason enough to be stressed or upset
    • reason enough to be nervous or upset
    • be flustered; act in a confused way
    • be flustered; respond in a confused manner
    • be flustered; behave in a confused fashion
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To be in a heat or bustle; become agitated and puzzled.
    • to stay in a heat or bustle; is agitated and perplexed.
    • to stay a heat or bustle; becoming agitated and perplexed.
    • to stay in a heat or bustle; is agitated and confused.
    • To be in a heat or bustle; to be agitated and puzzled.
    • To be in a heat or bustle; to be agitated and perplexed.
    • to stay in a heat or bustle; to-be agitated and confused.
    • to stay a heat or bustle; becoming agitated and puzzled.
    • to stay in a heat or bustle; to-be agitated and puzzled.
    • to stay in a heat or bustle; to be agitated and puzzled.
    • To be in a heat or bustle; to be agitated and confused.
    • to stay in a heat or bustle; is agitated and puzzled.
  • others:
    • To confuse; embarrass, as by a surprise; cause to flush and go or talk hurriedly and confusedly; flurry.
    • To confuse with drink; make hot and rosy with ingesting; fuddle.
    • To confuse; embarrass, as by a surprise; cause to flush and go or talk hurriedly and confusedly; flurry.
    • Synonyms To stimulate, disconcert, disrupt, perturb, flurry, stress.
    • To confuse with drink; make hot and rosy with ingesting; fuddle.
    • to be perplexed, just like beverage; be fuddled; be flurried.
    • To confuse; embarrass, as by a surprise; cause to flush and move or talk hurriedly and confusedly; flurry.
    • Synonyms To excite, disconcert, disrupt, perturb, flurry, stress.
    • To confuse with drink; make hot and rosy with drinking; fuddle.
    • To become puzzled, just like beverage; be fuddled; be flurried.
    • Synonyms To excite, disconcert, disrupt, perturb, flurry, worry.
    • In order to become confused, as with drink; be fuddled; be flurried.
    • To confuse; embarrass, as by a surprise; cause to flush and go or talk hurriedly and confusedly; flurry.
    • To confuse with beverage; make hot and rosy with ingesting; fuddle.
    • Synonyms To stimulate, disconcert, disturb, perturb, flurry, stress.
    • In order to become puzzled, as with beverage; be fuddled; be flurried.
    • To confuse; embarrass, as by a shock; cause to flush and move or speak hurriedly and confusedly; flurry.
    • To confuse; embarrass, as by a shock; cause to flush and go or talk hurriedly and confusedly; flurry.
    • To confuse with beverage; make hot and rosy with drinking; fuddle.
    • To confuse with beverage; make hot and rosy with consuming; fuddle.
    • Synonyms To stimulate, disconcert, disrupt, perturb, flurry, worry.
    • To become confused, as with drink; be fuddled; be flurried.
    • Synonyms To stimulate, disconcert, disrupt, perturb, flurry, worry.
    • In order to become perplexed, as with beverage; be fuddled; be flurried.
    • To confuse; embarrass, as by a surprise; cause to flush and go or speak hurriedly and confusedly; flurry.
    • To confuse with beverage; make hot and rosy with ingesting; fuddle.
    • Synonyms To excite, disconcert, disrupt, perturb, flurry, stress.
    • to be puzzled, much like drink; be fuddled; be flurried.
    • To confuse; embarrass, as by a shock; cause to flush and move or speak hurriedly and confusedly; flurry.
    • To confuse with beverage; make hot and rosy with ingesting; fuddle.
    • To confuse; embarrass, as by a surprise; cause to flush and go or talk hurriedly and confusedly; flurry.
    • Synonyms To stimulate, disconcert, disturb, perturb, flurry, stress.
    • To confuse with drink; make hot and rosy with ingesting; fuddle.
    • to be puzzled, just like beverage; be fuddled; be flurried.
    • To confuse; embarrass, as by a surprise; cause to flush and move or speak hurriedly and confusedly; flurry.
    • Synonyms To stimulate, disconcert, disturb, perturb, flurry, stress.
    • To confuse with beverage; make hot and rosy with ingesting; fuddle.
    • Synonyms To stimulate, disconcert, disturb, perturb, flurry, stress.
    • to be puzzled, much like beverage; be fuddled; be flurried.
    • To confuse; embarrass, as by a surprise; cause to flush and go or talk hurriedly and confusedly; flurry.
    • In order to become perplexed, much like beverage; be fuddled; be flurried.
    • To confuse with drink; make hot and rosy with drinking; fuddle.
    • To confuse; embarrass, as by a shock; cause to flush and move or talk hurriedly and confusedly; flurry.
    • Synonyms To stimulate, disconcert, disrupt, perturb, flurry, worry.
    • To confuse with beverage; make hot and rosy with drinking; fuddle.
    • to be puzzled, just like beverage; be fuddled; be flurried.
    • Synonyms To excite, disconcert, disrupt, perturb, flurry, stress.
    • to be perplexed, just like drink; be fuddled; be flurried.
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