diverting[ dih-vur-ting, dahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF diverting
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIVERTING
But, you see, there are some people in whom even despair is diverting!
Beauchene called him, as if desirous of diverting him from his gloomy thoughts.
May it prove as diverting to you as the Matter is really instructive.
Amid chit-chat, so diverting, Saint-Prosper finished “posting” the town.
Diverting those eyes, he displayed a smile that was chill and dental.
But when morning came, I thought the situation so diverting that I forgot my shyness.
The river bed, bared by the diverting of the stream, was filled with machinery.
I admit that the scene in West Africa was a diverting novelty.
Mark was grateful to him, too, for diverting her attention from himself.
There are women to whom all this warfare would have been diverting, but it was not so to Lee.