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f luh ster

  • n  a disposition that is confused or nervous and upset
  • v  be flustered; behave in a confused manner
  • v  cause to be nervous or upset

  • Didn't once fluster Obama, though he did lay down the foundation he needs to try to mount a comeback by sowing doubts about the Democrat.
  • It has already endured a rite of passage over the past few months, as the global financial crisis battered European markets yet failed to fluster the euro.
  • While Medvedev may in part have been testing whether he can fluster Obama, he's more interested in probing the Democrat's ambiguous position on missile defense.

  • Vonnie Holliday in Forbes
    He was pretty frustrated,Miami defensive tackle Vonnie Holliday said. "We saw him yelling at his linemen. It was a little bit uncharacteristic of Brady - he's usually so cool and calm in the pocket. But we were able to fluster him a little...
  • Tim Lincecum in TSN
    I had last game where I was up to like, 94 [miles per hour], maybe even hit 95, and then today, where my fastball got as low as 87,Lincecum said. "So those kinds of things kind of fluster me. But I say I always go back to the chalkboard in...
  • Rich Rodriguez in Chicago Tribune
    The biggest thing was, playing in an atmosphere with a little bit of a crowd,Rodriguez said. "Was it going to fluster him? Was he focused? There was maybe a time or two his eyes could've been in a different direction, but for the most...

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