Adjective.
Incredibly ignorant and increasingly popular substitute for the word 'frustrated.'
Used primarily by graduates of American public education

and/or negroes and white trash (spics still use the term 'frustrado').
Can often be heard spoken by the same individuals that say 'Mouw-en' in place of 'Mountain' or 'Mih-en' instead of 'Mitten.'
Maury: "How do you feel, now that you know that Timerfee is NOT the father of a single member of your litter?"

Blaqueenie: " Well, to be trooful Mr. Povitch, this ain't the first time I been fustrated by yo, 'so called' DNA tests, mmm-hmm"
Por Justin Bieber's Brown-Eye 02 de noviembre de 2010
Having such a high level of fustration that you completely forget to pronounce the first "R" in the word "frustration" when you try to describe your feelings to your peers.
Matt got so fustrated that he started stuttering and stammering during his total loss settlement offers.
Por 3-E 26 de septiembre de 2006
I come from an upper-class family (almost a hundred acres of sprawling countryside, a house the size of a small mansion, a half dozen vehicles, etc.). I am not as well-off as the rest of my family, but I know for a fact that "f-u-s-t-r-a-t-e-d" is the "original" spelling of the word "fustrated". You'r dictionary definition, which I found to be very insulting, has angered me to no end.
I am VERY fustrated at the illiterate idiot who wrote this dictionary!!!!!!!
Por Big J.J. 01 de octubre de 2011

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