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abstract to attract the attention of; divert. [1/13 definitions]
amusing able to amuse, divert, or entertain. [1/2 definitions]
distract to divert the attention of. [1/2 definitions]
feint a pretense or false appearance of doing something, intended to mislead or divert attention. [1/5 definitions]
lightning rod a grounded metal rod placed high on a building to divert lightning by providing a path for it into the ground.
marginalize to exclude or treat as being of no importance, esp. so as to divert attention from.
shunt to turn or move aside or out of the way; divert. [2/10 definitions]
sidetrack to divert or distract from the main subject or path. [1/3 definitions]
stalking-horse anything used to divert attention from secret plans, schemes, intentions, or the like; decoy.
sublimate to divert the expression of (a crude impulse or desire, often sexual) into a socially acceptable or more ideal form. [1/4 definitions]
sway to divert or deflect (someone or something) from the original direction taken. [1/11 definitions]