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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishflabbergastedflab‧ber‧gas‧ted /ˈflæbəɡɑːstɪd $ -bərɡæs-/ adjective informal  SURPRISEDextremely surprised or shocked When I heard how much money we’d made, I was flabbergasted.see thesaurus at surprised
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flabbergastedThe delivery men just left the furniture in my front yard. I was flabbergasted.I tell you I was flabbergasted and right terrified out of my wits.Doctors said they were flabbergasted at the decision to close the hospital.Studio executives were flabbergasted at the film's extraordinary success.He was flabbergasted how it turned out.
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