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1. flustered, hot and bothered, perturbed, rattled

thrown into a state of agitated confusion; (rattled' is an informal term)

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in a state of confusion or agitation
Marianne noted his flustered appearance.
He gets all flustered and doesn't know what to say.
She was so flustered that she forgot her reply.

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v. flus·tered, flus·ter·ing, flus·ters
v. tr.
To make agitated, excited, or confused: Shouts from the protesters flustered the speaker. I was flustered by my teacher's comments and began to stumble over my words.
v. intr.
To become agitated, excited, or confused: a shy student who flusters easily.
A state of agitation, excitement, or confusion: The heavy traffic put the driver in a fluster.

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