adjective. ['ˈrætəld'] thrown into a state of agitated confusion; (`rattled' is an informal term).
- hot and bothered
Rhymes with Rattled
Sentences with 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 about 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