Definition of 'fluster'
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But admit it - the heat can also make us a bit flustered. The Sun (2016)He has a boyish habit of blowing his fringe out of his eyes when he gets a bit flustered. Times, Sunday Times (2010)After she said it, she was a little flustered. The Sun (2013)You're feeling a bit flustered with all the changes going on around you. The Sun (2015)He used to get a bit excited, a bit flustered. Times, Sunday Times (2008)So it has a system that sends up to half the power to the rear wheels should those up front become a bit flustered. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Although, she does admit to being a bit flustered when she first met the star at the airport. The Sun (2015)
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