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Another word for fluster

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Verb
  1. To impair or destroy the composure of

      1. To secure ratlines to (shrouds).
      1. To cause to overturn; knock or tip over:
      2. To disturb the functioning, order, or course of:
      3. To cause (the stomach) to feel ill.
      1. To change from a settled condition; disrupt:
      2. To make uneasy; disturb:
      1. To throw lightly or casually or with a sudden jerk:
      2. To throw or propel upward:
      3. To throw or propel to the ground:
      1. To cause to move from side to side or up and down with jerky movements:
      2. To cause to tremble, vibrate, or rock:
      3. To brandish or wave, especially in anger:
      1. A strip of frilled or closely pleated fabric used for trimming or decoration.
      2. A ruff on a bird.
      3. An irregularity or a slight disturbance of a surface:
      1. Relatively hard, naturally formed mineral or petrified matter; stone.
      2. A relatively small piece or fragment of such material.
      3. A relatively large body of such material, as a cliff or peak.
      1. To disturb or confuse; make uneasy or anxious:
      2. To cause (a system) to become altered or imbalanced from a normal state:
      3. To cause perturbation in (the orbit of a celestial body, for example) by gravitational interaction.
      1. A brief, light snowfall.
      2. A sudden gust of wind.
      3. A stirring mass, as of leaves or dust; a shower.
      1. To break up or destroy the tranquility, order, or settled state of:
      2. To trouble emotionally or mentally; upset:
      3. To interfere with; interrupt:
      1. To cause (someone) to have difficulty paying attention to something:
      2. To attract (the attention) away from its original focus; divert.
      3. To cause to feel worried or uneasy; unsettle:
      1. To deprive of peace or rest; trouble.
      2. Absence of peace or rest; anxiety.
      3. Uneasy; restless.
      1. To disturb the composure or calm of; perturb.
      2. To put into a state of disorder.
      1. To cause to be irritated, especially by repeated acts; trouble or annoy:
      2. To make agitated or perplexed; upset:
      3. To intrude on without warrant or invitation; disturb:
      1. To cause to move with violence or sudden force.
      2. To upset; disturb:
      3. To arouse interest in (a cause, for example) by use of the written or spoken word; discuss or debate.
    See also:

    calm

Noun
  1. A state of discomposure

      1. To cook (food) by simmering or boiling slowly.
      2. To undergo cooking by boiling slowly or simmering.
      3. To suffer with oppressive heat or stuffy confinement; swelter.
      1. A foam formed by soap or detergent agitated in water, as in washing or shaving.
      2. Froth formed by profuse sweating, as on a horse.
      3. A condition of anxious or heated discomposure; agitation:
      1. To cause to overturn; knock or tip over:
      2. To disturb the functioning, order, or course of:
      3. To cause (the stomach) to feel ill.
      1. A state of extreme confusion or agitation; commotion or tumult:
      1. A great noise, as of a crowd:
      2. A disorderly commotion or disturbance:
      3. A state of agitation of the mind or emotions:
      1. The act of perturbing.
      2. The state of being perturbed; agitation.
      3. A small change in a physical system, such as a variation in a planet's orbit resulting from the gravitational influence of other celestial bodies.
      1. To wave or flap rapidly in an irregular manner:
      2. To fly by a quick light flapping of the wings.
      3. To flap the wings without flying.
      1. A state of indecisive agitation.
      2. To be nervously irresolute in acting or doing.
      1. The act of agitating or the state of being agitated.
      2. Extreme emotional disturbance; perturbation.
      3. The stirring up of public interest in a matter of controversy, such as a political or social issue.
    See also:

    calm

Another word for fluster

Verb