adjective (feminine distraite /dɪˈstreɪt/)[predicative]
Distracted or absent-minded: he seemed oddly distrait
More example sentences
- She towers over most human beings (myself included) and there's a distrait quality about her eyes.
- Perhaps, patients about to undergo operations at the hands of distrait surgeons could be allowed to get their tattoos done on the NHS.
- His manner was, I thought, a shade distrait, a little other worldly.
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