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Definition of distractable

"distractable" is probably misspelled. Trying distract instead Definition of distract

1. distract [ v ] draw someone's attention away from something
Examples: "The thief distracted the bystanders" "He deflected his competitors"

Used in print:

("National Affairs"...)

While Crosby distracted the Beardens , stewardesses Carnegey and Toni_Besset dropped out of a rear door .

(Genevieve Holden, Deadlier Than the Male....)

He tried to turn right to the society page in each one , but interesting stories kept cropping_up to distract him .

Something else distracted him , yet there was no sound , only tomblike silence .

Synonyms distract draw_away deflect Related Terms confuse distraction

2. distract [ v ] disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed
Examples: "She was rather perturbed by the news that her father was seriously ill"

Synonyms trouble perturb cark disquiet distract disorder unhinge Related Terms disturb worry disturbance distraction anxiousness disquiet

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