WORD OF THE WEEK | FLABBERGAST

FLABBERGAST

Verb (informal)

Past participle:

FLABBERGASTED

PRONOUNCED

[fla·buh·gaast]

MEANING: 

To completely shock someone. 

EXAMPLES:

“The news flabbergasted me” 

“When we told her the price, she was flabbergasted” 

“I was so flabbergasted I couldn’t speak!” 

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