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Definition of fluster verb from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



[often passive] fluster somebodyVerb Forms present simple I / you / we / they fluster
he / she / it flusters
past simple flustered
-ing form flustering
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to make someone nervous and/or confused, especially by giving them a lot to do or by making them hurry Don't fluster me or I'll never be ready. He was flustered by all the attention.
adjective She arrived late, looking hot and flustered.