Definition of Flabbergasts

1. Noun. (plural of flabbergast) ¹



2. Verb. (third-person singular of flabbergast) ¹

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Definition of Flabbergasts

1. flabbergast [v] - See also: flabbergast

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flabbergasts

flabagasts
flabaghast
flabaghasted
flabaghasting
flabaghasts
flabbergast
flabbergastation
flabbergasted
flabbergaster
flabbergastered
flabbergastering
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flabbergastingly
flabbergastment
flabbergasts (current term)
flabberghast
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flabbier
flabbiest
flabbily
flabbiness
flabbinesses
flabby
flabel
flabella
flabellate
flabellation

Literary usage of Flabbergasts

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1. Shakespeare-characters; Chiefly Those Subordinate by Charles Cowden Clarke (1863)
"... her very first question flabbergasts him. If she had not led off, he would have stood there till now :— " Now, Master Slender. " Slm. Now, good Mistress ..."

2. Another Book on the Theatre by George Jean Nathan (1915)
"... is saved from the blade of Ibsen's Master Builder only by the timely interference of the elegant Van Bibber, who flabbergasts Solness with a mere look. ..."

3. The Letters of Richard Ford, 1797-1858 by Richard Ford (1905)
"Ford is certainly a most astonishing fellow; he quite flabbergasts me—handbooks, reviews, and I hear that he has just been writing a ' Life of Velasquez' ..."

4. The Journey of Augustus Raymond Margary: From Shanghae to Bhamo, and Back to by Augustus Raymond Margary, Rutherford Alcock (1876)
"First of all there is my air bed which completely flabbergasts them, and then there are fifty other wonders, from my marvellous tin-box to the knives and ..."

5. Pat M'Carty, Farmer, of Antrim: His Rhymes, with a Setting by John Stevenson (1905)
"Balat is a paving stone, and balat, figuratively, is the blether that knocks down, floors, flabbergasts. Let us travel still further. ..."

6. Pat M'Carty, Farmer, of Antrim: His Rhymes, with a Setting by John Stevenson (1903)
"Balat is a paving stone, and balat, figuratively, is the blether that knocks down, floors, flabbergasts. Let us travel still further. ..."

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