fluster - Rumänisch
v. agita: se agita, îmbăta: se îmbăta uşor, tulbura: se tulbura, ameţi
"Take down the ikon," Peplov whispered in a fluster, pale with excitement, and buttoning his coat as he prodded his wife with his elbow. "Come along, now!"
Amused, he skimmed a hand through her hair, kissed her again to fluster her.
From their fluster and the broken phrases they uttered it was apparent they foresaw some trouble.
I was flustered—I was frightened, and ran up to help her, but she hid her linen from me; she was afraid I should see her ragged chemises . . . .
Last came a little feeble, squeaking voice, ('That's Bill,' thought Alice,) 'Well, I hardly know—No more, thank ye; I'm better now—but I'm a deal too flustered to tell you—all I know is, something comes at me like a Jack-in-the-box, and up I goes like a sky-rocket!'
I hung up feeling flustered, panicky.
Mary looks flustered.
This flusters her so she drops the water pitcher on her foot.
Tom looked a little flustered.
'Why aren't you sleeping?' asked Bullfinch, the very youngest of all, flustered.