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Thesaurus for distract

Synonyms, antonyms, and related words for distract

1. to get on someones nerves by unwanted behavior.
2. to make mad by bitching.
1. Boss is trying to Annoy her by asking for her number many times

2. she annoys the fuck outa me with her yapping.
by Sahara Desert December 23, 2008
71 19
A person of the opposite gender which is not a significant other, but has enough "beyond friendship" feelings and possibilities attached to him/her that this person creates a major loss of productive time whenever s/he is available for contact.
The distraction is online. I won't get any homework done anytime soon.
by Distraction Central April 02, 2009
83 18
Orange juice with pulp without the juice
Don't drink that! That's lemonade concentrate! Not lemonade!
15 5
When you are in class and the girl in front of you is wearing a thong.
I'm totally failing Intro to Bio Science because I am distracted by this sweet piece of chippy that wears low-riding jeans and thongs EVERYDAY.
by Dr.Rob Jones July 10, 2008
89 12
Something that is taking place to distract ones focus. More than likely a distracting girl.
A cute girl in a class room or work area such as an office can be distracting you from your work.
by about42penguins September 06, 2008
2 4
Fuck
Off
Cuz
Ur
Stupid
you need to focus
by supergirl2126 February 24, 2010
246 65
What you are doing right now. Get the fuck going and finish your homework.
You. You procrastinate. You are the example.
by KingOfEmAll April 15, 2008
2266 191
Ill put up a definition later.
Ill put up an example later.
by Arm August 19, 2004
6994 441
A worldwide slave labour organisation used to control modern man and prevent independant thought from occuring in any form. This is the reason it's much harder to make anything of yourself working in creative arts, such as acting and singing - the government sees anyone more popular than them as a threat to their power. It is also an ingenious creation to make placebos such as computers and photocopiers look important to our way of life. Some may argue that the workplace is desigend to build character and learn about teamwork...others prefer to think of it as the perfect place to practise your aiming skills as you throw ball after ball of scrunched up paper into the bin in the corner, then make a little competition out of it with fellow colleagues.
You are here to work, not to have fun!
by Steve Milligan March 11, 2003
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