Meaning of diversionary

di•ver•sion•ar•y

Pronunciation: (di-vûr'zhu-ner"ē, -shu-, dī-), [key]
— adj.
  1. tending to divert or distract the attention: diversionary tactics of the guerrilla fighters.
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