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divert
used in Black: The Birth of Evil

4 uses
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Definition
to change the direction of something; or to distract someone's attention

or more rarely:  to change the purpose for which something is used — such as an army or funds
  • Tom diverted his eyes.
    Chapter 9 (55% in)
  • This incredible display of... Rachelle suddenly diverted her eyes, flattened her mouth, and veered to her right.
    Chapter 14 (13% in)
  • He quickly diverted the discussion back to Rachelle.
    Chapter 14 (52% in)
  • She diverted her stare and walked on as if she'd passed nothing more than a curious-looking dog on the street.
    Chapter 17 (34% in)

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