diversional

[dih-vur-zhuh-nl, -shuh-, dahy-]
adjective
offering diversion or recreation; diverting.

Origin:
diversion + -al1

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diversion (daɪˈvɜːʃən)
 
n
1.  the act of diverting from a specified course
2.  chiefly (Brit) an official detour used by traffic when a main route is closed
3.  something that distracts from business, etc; amusement
4.  military a feint attack designed to draw an enemy away from the main attack
 
di'versional
 
adj
 
di'versionary
 
adj

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Example sentences
As to your diversional tactic of discussing surfactants as sole agents of
  damage, please have some dignity.
She stated it is a continual education process between leisure activities,
  therapy and diversional activities.
Services must be provided in accordance with the plan of care and may not be
  purely diversional in nature.
Provides and involves residents in diversional activities that promote
  increased comfort.
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