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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of flabbergaster.
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"And I was that took aback, and that delighted, and that flabbergastered!"
I am a bit flabbergastered as to how I have revealed myself as
The comfortable-looking lady propped in an arm-chair, and with an urbane smile discoursing on these tremendous topics, our little congregation of five, myself writing away for dear life, the young hostess nursing a weird-looking black cat; the other young lady continually harking back to "conjugal" subjects, which seemed to interest her; the mamma slightly flabbergastered at the rather revolutionary nature of the communications; and our host every now and then throwing in a rude or caustic remark.