/flerr"eed, flur"-/, adj.
marked by confusion or agitation.

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  • flurried — adjective agitated, nervous, or anxious …   English new terms dictionary

  • flurried — adj upset, disturbed, flustered, unsettled, unnerved FORMAL perturbed COLLOQ. fazed, rattled, in a flap, in a tizzy, in a tizz, having kittens, all of a lather …   Useful english dictionary

  • flurried, flustered — These words are virtual synonyms; both mean excited, confused, agitated : Constant criticism flustered (or flurried) her. In one sense, to fluster someone is to flurry him, but fluster is a stronger term than flurry. A flurried person is upset or …   Dictionary of problem words and expressions

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