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f la ber ga stid

  • v  overcome with amazement
  • s  as if struck dumb with astonishment and surprise
    the flabbergasted aldermen were speechless

  • The locals seemed flabbergasted by such claims, insisting that the crisis had immediately overwhelmed their capacity and that the feds had failed to step into the vacuum.
  • Moderate Premier Azaa had anticipated Companys' States' Rights demands, but he was flabbergasted last week by another demand of the Left parties that had put him into power.
  • There he had his first brush with the metropolitan press, came off winner, hands down, over a flabbergasted World-Telegram reporter.
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  • Sound Off! (June 15)
    As a former Mesilla reserve federal marshall, I am embarrassed and flabbergasted at the officers currently working for Mesilla. Their lack of attentiveness, knowledge of the laws and racial profiling is just appalling.
    June 15, 2013 - Silver City Sun-News

  • Sam Allardyce in Times Online
    Allardyce said: "They are out of order. This is a private matter, a confidential issue that should not have been made public. I'm flabbergasted and want the situation resolved. I am just trying as Newcastle manager to secure a player of this kind...
  • Intikhab Alam in Herald Sun
    Kamran is a match-winner but every time we came close to a victory, he played a bad shot and got out. I was flabbergasted when Kamran missed the run out. I have serious doubts about him. I have heard stories about match-fixing,Intikhab said.
  • John Higgins in Telegraph.co.uk
    Higgins said: "I really don't know how I won that match. I think I only counted three or four balls in the whole match that he missed. I'm flabbergasted. He's such a great player. That was probably my best win ever. That's how highly I regard Mark...

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