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.verbjump to other results
NAmE//ˈflʌstər//[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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adjective She arrived late, looking hot and flustered.