adjective. ['ˈrætəld'] thrown into a state of agitated confusion; (`rattled' is an informal term).
- hot and bothered
Words that Rhyme with Rattled
Example sentences of the word rattled
1. Verb, past participle
You've got to pull them back without getting rattled yourself.
2. Verb, past tense
A pair of cow ribs rattled together in the hand has long been a traditional percussion instrument in Britain.
Quotes containing the word rattled
1. [Ranger] "How's your mental health?"he asked. "I heard about Soder."[Stephanie] "I'm rattled.""I have a cure."Oh, boy.He put the truck in gear and headed for the exit. "I know what you're thinking,"he said. "And that wasn't where I was going. I was going to suggest work.""I knew that."He looked over at me and grinned. "You want me bad."I did. God help me.
- Janet Evanovich
2. It's sad if people think that's (homemaking) a dull existance, [but] you can't just buy an apartment and furnish it and walk away. It's the flowers you choose, the music you play, the smile you have waiting. I want it to be gay and cheerful, a haven in this troubled world. I don't want my husband and children to come home and find a rattled woman. Our era is already rattled enough, isn't it?
- Audrey Hepburn
3. I need you because I know I deserve you but let me fall in love with you one last time before I let go. So I can remember the beautiful imperfection that rattled my bones.
- Robert M. Drake