flustration

flustration

(flʌsˈtreɪʃən)
n
jocular the state of being flustrated or flustered
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The only side effect I've experienced is flustration from dealing with my health insurance carrier.
Possibilities for participation and social interaction decreased and flustration ensued.
Had I earned the respect of the great salmon by sharing in a bit of their flustration and pain?
There is often a note of anger and flustration; sometimes the poverty and the rootlessness in which the singer has lived his life is evident in a word or a phrase.