Flustration

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Flustration The act of flustrating; confusion; flurry.
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Usage

In literature:

We was both very much flustrated.
"The Complete Works of Artemus Ward" by Charles Farrar Browne (AKA Artemus Ward)
Let the doggoned old folk t'other side of the world think out their own flustrations.
"Erema" by R. D. Blackmore
I wuz that wore out and flustrated that I felt that I needed a paneky to soothe.
"Samantha Among the Brethren, Complete" by Josiah Allen's Wife (Marietta Holley)
Are they as flustrated as you are?
"The Meadow-Brook Girls Under Canvas" by Janet Aldridge
You're flustrated like, and that's why you forget me.
"Adrift in New York" by Horatio Alger
He was flustrated and flushed, greatly to the enjoyment of the Overland girls.
"Grace Harlowe's Overland Riders in the Great North Woods" by Jessie Graham Flower
I'm dat flustrated twel I dunner w'ich een's up, skacely.
"Nights With Uncle Remus" by Joel Chandler Harris
I'm dat flustrated twel I dunner w'ich een's up, skacely.
"Nights With Uncle Remus" by Joel Chandler Harris
It woke him up, and flustrated him a bit; but he is none the worse for it.
"The Young Colonists" by G.A. Henty
We did not feel so flustrated when Will Schley and Horace Finley came in later.
"Village Life in America 1852-1872" by Caroline Cowles Richards
An' 'Bednego run off, nimble, I tell ye, an' I war so flustrated I run, too.
"The Prophet of the Great Smoky Mountains" by Charles Egbert Craddock
Annie bowed and smiled, no more flustrated than Alma Gluck would have been.
"At Boarding School with the Tucker Twins" by Nell Speed
I never see a man so flustrated as Linkin was.
"Letters of Major Jack Downing, of the Downingville Militia" by Seba Smith
She'd been flustrated up all day.
"Pippin; A Wandering Flame" by Laura E. Richards
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