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Definition of "diversionary" [diversionary]

  • That serves as a diversion (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "diversionary" in a sentence
  • "The term diversionary measures refers to direct actions of groups or individuals operating in the enemy's rear area."
  • "Since John Kerry's 2004 campaign, hawkish Democratic security and political consultants have asserted that Afghanistan is a good and necessary war in comparison with Iraq which they label a diversionary one."
  • "With all due respect, I think that your perspective here is horribly simplistic, uncomfortably mis-targeted (to the point of near endorsement), and quite diversionary from the essential core issue."