Aflutter [adjective]

Definition of Aflutter:

alarmed, apprehensive

Opposite/Antonyms of Aflutter:

Sentence/Example of Aflutter:

The town was alive with Russian bunting, and the ships aflutter with Stars and Stripes and streamers.

He forged onward, his head aflutter with a multiplicity of anticipation that precedes the sight of a long absent home.

And here be ribbands will set the lads' hearts aflutter, and pieces of lace made after the fashion of Mechlin.

When at last, all aflutter, Jeanne danced away into the wings, even the musicians dropped their instruments to applaud.

The line ended with a flock of bicycles all aflutter with ribbons and pennants.

The veil, thrown back, was faintly aflutter about a head crowned with red-brown hair and a face delicately chiseled.

The silent caress of these beautiful dark eyes set his heart aflutter.

The rosy Hilda, all aflutter, began to apologize for the state of her house which was as spotless as a new pan.

He was all aflutter, and asked that I remain, as the General would not be long.

At once the Princess was aflutter with eagerness and excitement.