gast

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gast

 (găst)
tr.v. gast·ed, gast·ing, gasts Obsolete
To frighten; scare.

[Middle English gasten, from Old English gǣstan, from gāst, ghost.]

gast

(ɡɑːst)
n
dialect Scot a fright
adj
obsolete afraid; frightened
vb (tr)
obsolete to frighten; scare
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But even Eye's cynical sense of flabber was well and truly gasted at the headline on a media statement issued by the Italian prestige carmaker Maserati last month which proudly boasted of how it had "welcomed its lady clients to the glamorous Salon Prive".
AS someone who regularly enjoys a game of pool in Hamilton boozer Carrigan's - and pays just 20p for the privilege - my flabber was well and truly gasted when my mate Jim told me about his recent visit to a bar on Bath Street in Glasgow.
It was Feherty who once said of Woods: ``Never has my flabber been so completely gasted.
My flabber was well and truly gasted by the events of last Saturday.