frighten, surprise, scare, disturb, unsettle, upset, discompose, make (someone) jump, jolt, jar, dismay, perturb, stun, take (someone) aback, shock, astound, astonish, Colloq shake up, give (someone) a turn, US discombobulate:
He jumped out from behind the door and startled me. She was startled when she was told that she had to leave at once.
be, look, seem, sound
very | a bit, a little, quite, rather, slightly, somewhat | for a moment, momentarily
She was momentarily startled by the sight before her.
She was obviously a little startled at this idea.
startled by his sudden appearance in the doorway
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