Slightly rattled - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
1. Inf. upset; confused. Tom was slightly rattled by the policeman at the door. I'm slightly rattled. I'll get over it.
2. Inf. tipsy; intoxicated. He's only slightly rattled. He'll recover by morning. she can be really drunk and still seem only slightly rattled.
upset; confused. (see also rattled
.) Tom was slightly rattled by the trouble at the door.
2. mod. tipsy; alcohol intoxicated. She can be stone blind and still seem only slightly rattled.
References in periodicals archive
Farrell converted and suddenly Lancaster's men had a sniff of a comeback as the Twickenham crowd got behind their team with Australia looking slightly rattled
for the first time.
The first sign they might be ever so slightly rattled
Not surprisingly AAP are slightly rattled
with the developments.
However, Milla, who was slightly rattled
by the statement, said she does not believe that her 'cleavage' alone will draw people to see the movie.
Jan Andreason used to get slightly rattled
every day--all in the name of science.
But after a dramatic spell of golf, it's the Americans who look to be slightly rattled
as the days are counted down to Brookline.
Weird as it may seem, Liverpool were slightly rattled
by that and, with Cardiff in the ascendancy, Mutch went close with another header, as did Ben Turner.