distracted[ dih-strak-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF distracted
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISTRACTED
If Dr. von Horn were only there, thought the distracted girl.
He himself had been distracted by all those extraordinary narratives.
The two distracted women had not even the money to bury him.
And he felt that he was as distracted, as upset, as himself.
They are not distracted with the fear of evils to come nor the hopes of future good.
If he had no hope of heaven, he was at least distracted that he must lose it.
But she says the mother is distracted because she cannot buy it a grave and a coffin.
That dreadful music had distracted her, that—and something else, her tricked expectation.
Again the distracted man ransacked his papers and shook his portfolio.
It was they who were crying out, distracted, running with long strides.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR DISTRACTED
- beside oneself
- carried away
- in a fit
- worked up
- out to lunch