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Harry Potter (#5) and the Order of the Phoenix
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  • She seemed horribly flustered.
  • He wanted to catch Dumbledore’s eye, but Dumbledore was not looking his way; he was continuing to look up at the obviously flustered Fudge.
  • ’— FILTHY HALF-BREEDS, BESMIRCHING THE HOUSE OF MY FATHERS —’ Hermione came hurrying into the room looking flustered, just as Harry was putting on his trainers.
  • Hermione jumped up, looking flustered.
  • Oh — oh, right,’ said Ron, very flustered.
  • His greatest weakness was a tendency to lose confidence after he’d made a blunder; if he let in one goal he became flustered and was therefore likely to miss more.
  • "’It is with great regret that I must confirm that the wizard styling himself Lord — well, you know who I mean — is alive and among us again," said Fudge, looking tired and flustered as he addressed reporters.
  • Well… anyway…" said Hagrid, turning back to the class and looking slightly flustered, ’erm… what was I sayin’?

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  • He gets flustered when talking to groups and tends to lose his train of thought.
  • ’And don’t fluster poor Charlie.
    Roald Dahl  --  Charlie And The Chocolate Factory

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