distrait

[ dih-strey; French dees-tre ]SEE DEFINITION OF distrait

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On the way the doctor was distrait, Gracie having most of the talking to do herself.

As it happened, she only found him distrait, and that interested her.

Monmouth paced up and down with his hand to his forehead like one distrait.

He was said to be distrait; to be smoking his cigarettes furiously.

"Monsieur is distrait, it appears," she said, mischievously.

He started down the first great incline, distrait, sorely troubled.

When Cunningham saw that Jane was distrait 180 he made no attempt to pull her out of it.

She did not like being spoken to outside the college, and was also distrait about her basket.

He was continually drifting into reveries, abstracted, distrait.

At breakfast he was distrait—so much so that his wife asked him what was the matter.

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