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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."