diverted

[ dih-vurt, dahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF diverted

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Nor was he ever diverted from his predilections by mere fashion or novelty.

My roving excursion this day had fatigued my body, and diverted my imagination.

Harriot Freke, even whilst she diverted me most, I half despised.

You and yours are to find that I can be constant, and am not to be diverted from my end.

And Prada, diverted by the meeting, whispered to Pierre: "Wait a bit, he'll amuse us."

Ruppert did not, however, allow himself to be diverted from his purpose.

But his mood had been diverted, and he presently found that he was wasting time.

The sight of Arthur suddenly sobered her, and diverted her thoughts.

"What a pretty watch that is," she said in a pleased, quiet voice, but I was not to be diverted.

The King and the Court were there, all expecting to be diverted.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DIVERTED

amused

adjectivepleasantly occupied
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