Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Confused; flurried.
  • Affected by eating the loco or rattleweed; locoed.

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of rattle.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective thrown into a state of agitated confusion; (`rattled' is an informal term)

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Examples

  • The prospect that he might not be confirmed in the Senate for another term rattled markets last week.

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  • The prospect that he might not be confirmed in the Senate for another term rattled markets last week.

    Durangoherald.com

  • The prospect that he might not be confirmed in the Senate for another term rattled markets last week.

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  • The prospect that he might not be confirmed in the Senate for another term rattled markets last week.

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  • The prospect that he might not be confirmed in the Senate for another term rattled markets last week.

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  • The prospect that he might not be confirmed in the Senate for another term rattled markets last week.

    Durangoherald.com

  • The prospect that he might not be confirmed in the Senate for another term rattled markets last week.

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  • The rain rattled on a modern cagoule hood, rather than on a Gallic pattern helmet.

    zornhau: My Eagle of the Ninth

  • The tent reeled under the blows of the wind, the canvas booming hollowly at every shock, while the sleet and rain rattled overhead like skirmish-fire grown into a battle.

    CHAPTER 4

  • A chorus of military veterans and bloggers opined that his bogus tale about getting his brain rattled while serving in Iraq should win him prison time, if not a plane ride to the front lines and a chance to finally "walk the walk."

    Media Coverage JULY 2009

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