de•moar de-mohr
de•moared, de•moaring
verb (used with object)
1. to being writing a story, only to stop abruptly to begin writing another story

Origin: Latin > 2011-2012

Related forms:
de•moar•a•ble, adjective
de•moar•tion, noun
de•moar•ing•ly, adverb

Synonyms:
distract, divert, sidetrack, put off

Antonyms:
steadfastness, focus, concentration
Betty was having the most lovely time writing about cats, when a dog jumped in her lap, causing her to demoar.
by DamagedSky May 25, 2012

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