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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishflusteredflus‧tered /ˈflʌstəd $ -ərd/ adjective  NERVOUSconfused and nervous Paul was looking flustered and embarrassed. I always get flustered in interviews.
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flusteredFor a moment, the professor looked flustered.If you do get flustered after a mistake then you're likely to make another one.When she tried to be cheerful she ended up flustered and red-faced, clammy all over.There was a flustered conference on the tarmac between two groups of officials.Glancing in, he saw a tall, flustered figure turning away in disgust from the counter.He entered the house by the front door and was confronted by a flustered maidservant.
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