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[ US /ˈfɫæbɝˌɡæst/ ]
  1. overcome with amazement
    This boggles the mind!
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How To Use flabbergast In A Sentence

  • When she told me just a few weeks before that she was going to leave, I was flabbergasted and heartbroken.
  • Friends were flabbergasted by the news that they'd split up.
  • Everybody was flabbergasted when I announced I was going to emigrate to Australia.
  • The church volunteers who serve it were aghast and flabbergasted.
  • They were flabbergasted to learn they could no longer be a part of the church fellowship. Christianity Today
  • But then, I am perpetually astonished at the already pretty well-established phenomena that are evidently supposed to flabbergast otherwise reasonable adults. Author! Author! » 2010 » January
  • When they announced her name, the winner just sat there, flabbergasted.
  • There is no doubt that people listening to this will be absolutely flabbergasted by the utter waste of time that has gone on here tonight.
  • It was a flabbergasting inquiry, completely un-contextual and unprompted. Times, Sunday Times
  • Today Ms Morris said she was flabbergasted by the award.
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