His attention is very divertible when he is studying. From LearnThat.org.
Verb (used without object) : It is sad to see so much talent divert to trivial occupations. From Dictionary.com.
I think if you think about in general, we've said the cargoes coming out of Qatar in total about two-thirds of them run out in long-term contracts and the balance are spot and those are divertible, which is kind of how the big picture looks there. From Wordnik.com. Reference
Bruce added that Narcan is not "divertible," meaning it has no street value because it can't make a person high. From Wordnik.com. [New Haven Independent] Reference
"One of the reasons we set the goal was that we saw that over time more things would become divertible from the waste stream," Mouw said. From Wordnik.com. [News & Record Article Feed] Reference
He who had the keenest eye for instances and illustrations, and was least divertible by casual side-curiosity, would score the quickest triumph. From Wordnik.com. [Memories and Studies] Reference
All of that business, as we look across the year, particularly in the latter half, has been very successful, but I wouldn't attribute that to any one contract that we have in place, or comment about what's going on with those other than to say diversified portfolio, diversified contract mix, divertible cargoes. From Wordnik.com. Reference
You just mentioned divertible cargoes. From Wordnik.com. Reference
Suitable to be eaten. divertible adj. From Wordnik.com. [Recently Uploaded Slideshows] Reference
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