fluster

Agitated vs Fluster - What's the difference?

agitated | fluster |


As verbs the difference between agitated and fluster

is that agitated is (agitate) while fluster is .

Fluster vs Dismay - What's the difference?

fluster | dismay |


As verbs the difference between fluster and dismay

is that fluster is while dismay is to disable with alarm or apprehensions; to depress the spirits or courage of; to deprive of firmness and energy through fear; to daunt; to appall; to terrify.

As a noun dismay is

a sudden or complete loss of courage and firmness in the face of trouble or danger; overwhelming and disabling terror; a sinking of the spirits; consternation.

Dither vs Fluster - What's the difference?

dither | fluster |


As verbs the difference between dither and fluster

is that dither is (obsolete) to tremble, shake, or shiver with cold while fluster is .

As a noun dither

is the state of being undecided.

Fluster vs Faze - What's the difference?

fluster | faze |


As verbs the difference between fluster and faze

is that fluster is while faze is (fazer).

Bustle vs Fluster - What's the difference?

bustle | fluster |


As verbs the difference between bustle and fluster

is that bustle is to move busily and energetically with fussiness (often followed by about ) while fluster is .

As a noun bustle

is an excited activity; a stir.

Mystify vs Fluster - What's the difference?

mystify | fluster |


As verbs the difference between mystify and fluster

is that mystify is to thoroughly confuse, befuddle, or bewilder while fluster is .

Mistify vs Fluster - What's the difference?

mistify | fluster |


As verbs the difference between mistify and fluster

is that mistify is to envelop or shroud in mist while fluster is .

Fluster vs Tumult - What's the difference?

fluster | tumult |


As a verb fluster

is .

As a noun tumult is

tumult, ruckus, row.

Fluster vs Bummer - What's the difference?

fluster | bummer |


As a verb fluster

is .

As a noun bummer is

(obsolete) a forager especially in sherman's march to the sea of november to december 1864 or bummer can be a disappointment, a pity, a shame or bummer can be (british|slang|uncommon) homosexual male.

As an adjective bummer is

(bum).

As an interjection bummer is

exclamation of annoyance or frustration at a bummer (disappointment).

Fluster vs Nervous - What's the difference?

fluster | nervous |


As a verb fluster

is .

As an adjective nervous is

(obscure) of a piece of writing: forceful, powerful.

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