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- He was flabbergasted to find that his work had been done for him before he began.
- The oddity of the situation was so flabbergasting I couldn't react in time for anyone to see it.
- I love to flabbergast the little-minded by shattering their preconceptions about my nationality and gender.
- Her stupidity flabbergasts me, and I have to force myself to keep a straight face while she explains her beliefs.'
- 1926. Austin Harrison. Frederic Harrison: Thoughts and Memories. W. Heinemann. page 189.
- For instance, I could offend, shock, annoy, distress and flabbergast your father utterly in five minutes, but the more I tried to offend, shock, distress or flabbergast Henry James, the more disinterestedly sympathetic he would appear.
- 1956. John Thomas Flynn. The Roosevelt Myth. Ludwig von Mises Institute. page 50.
- He loved to flabbergast his associates by announcing some startling new policy without consulting any of them.
- 2008. Harry Turtledove. The United States of Atlantis. Penguin. page 240.
- "The idea may surprise you, but I intend that it shall flabbergast the poor foolish Englishmen mured up behind those pine and redwood logs. Flabbergast 'em, I say!"'
flabbergast (အများကိန်း flabbergasts)
- (ရေတွက်မရ) အံ့အားသင့်သွားြခင်း။ မျက်လုံးပြူးသွားခြင်း။
- His flabbergast was so great he couldn't even come up with a plausible answer.
- When I saw my house on fire, the flabbergast overcame me and I just stood and stared, too shocked to comprehend what I was seeing.
- 2000. James Carlos Blake. Red Grass River: A Legend. HarperCollins. page 52.
- Bob's big-eyed flabbergast struck him as comic and he laughed and said, “Lying sack, hey?”