VIDEO FOR DISTRACTION
WATCH NOW: What Does "Distraction" Actually Mean?
"Distraction" means your attention is drawn away by other things ... and if social media has anything to say about it we're all pretty susceptible to distractions these days.
Origin of distraction
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Example sentences from the Web for distraction
Day by day, it drives people to distraction by diverting energy to mindless legal compliance.
Still others see the presence of guns on campus as a distraction at best, and at worst, a danger.The Concealed Carry on Campus Movement Shoots Itself in the Foot |Brandy Zadrozny |September 3, 2014 |DAILY BEAST
Several NFL players, front office staff, and commentators have said that Sam could be a distraction to his team.UMass’ Derrick Gordon Makes History as the First Openly Gay Player in DI Men’s College Basketball |Ben Teitelbaum |April 10, 2014 |DAILY BEAST
The show has been accused of peddling the kind of tawdry sentiment that has driven the inhabitants of Detroit to distraction.
But it was a distraction from what should have been the main attraction — the athletes and the events.
Distraction gave him supernatural strength, and her weight seemed that of a child.Recreations of Christopher North, Volume I (of 2) |John Wilson
I don't for a moment wish to judge you or others; you apparently enjoy it, and it is a distraction from our serious work.A Knight of the White Cross |G.A. Henty
Distraction seized the unhappy wife; and the infamous cause of this dreadful calamity fled his country.The Sylph, Volume I and II |Georgiana Cavendish
Mistress, don't be jealous, but he loved that lady to distraction; I know it for a fact.The Professor |(AKA Charlotte Bronte) Currer Bell
Such women exploit passion for vanity, for distraction, or for the primal male-instinct of subjugation.Feminism and Sex-Extinction |Arabella Kenealy