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Adjective: rattled  ra-tuld
Usage: informal
  1. In a state of nervous agitation
    "The more he loses, the more rattled he gets";
    - flustered [informal], hot and bothered [informal], perturbed [informal]
     
  2. Having self-possession upset; thrown into confusion
    - discombobulated, disconcerted, thrown
Verb: rattle  ra-t(u)l
  1. Make short successive sounds
     
  2. Shake and cause to make a rattling noise
     
  3. [informal] Disturb the composure of
    "Good, it shouldn't rattle him at all";
    - faze, unnerve, enervate, unsettle

See also: discomposed, rattle off, rattle on [informal]

Type of: agitate, discomfit, discompose, disconcert, go, shake, sound, untune, upset

Encyclopedia: Rattled

Rattle, Derbyshire