Examples of flabbergast in a Sentence
It flabbergasts me to see how many people still support them.
your decision to suddenly quit your job flabbergasts me
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That this has happened a mere two months into a season that began with Judge edging out Aaron Hicks for a starting spot in right field at the end of spring training left Judge flabbergasted on Wednesday.
My wife and I were flabbergasted by their chutzpah, as well as the chutzpah of the banquet manager, who never asked our permission when inviting these strangers in.
No one knows if Lynn can run an NFL game or handle the tedium of non-football details that can lard a head coach’s schedule and seemed to flabbergast McCoy at times.
Riley was flabbergasted, as no such policy exists at many of the large districts in the Kansas City area, including Olathe, Blue Valley, Lee’s Summit, Park Hill and Shawnee Mission.
Most of the senior executives in my company are flabbergasted by the negative portrayal of him.
Finally, there's the spectacular reaction from the football players, who at first pay no attention to Dunn and then are completely flabbergasted at the end.
In fact, I’m flabbergasted by that in today’s day and age.
Whatever happens, veteran Turkey watchers said they were flabbergasted by the coup attempt, given that Mr. Erdogan appeared to have a near-monopoly on power.
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Origin and Etymology of flabbergast
First Known Use: 1772See Words from the same year
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Definition of flabbergast for English Language Learners
: to shock or surprise (someone) very much
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