Words and phrases that have a meaning related to diversion:   (197 results)

Often used in the same context:
watercourse, waste, damming, drain, waster, distraction, lockage, drainage, boondoggle, rehabilitation, waterway, detour, headrace, decongestion, canalisation, flood, misdemeanant, canal, wastage, detraction, basin, misuse, channelisation, misallocation, irrigation, flows, sullage, smuggling, dumping, washout, crossings, dredging, seepage, diking, funnel, flushing, interlinking, digression, drainage basin, navigability, inflow, river, godavari, illicit, transshipment, overflow, eyewash, millrace, siphon, sluice, liquification, red herring, tributary, detoxification, backwash, outfall, lake, escapist, reservior, syr darya, soakaway, mulcting, conveyance, wetland, discharge, bypass, watershed, grabbers, counterflow, mitigation, smokescreen, continuation, incarceration, impoundment, channelization, canalization, pilferage, stream, sideshow, floodgate, deposal, misappropriation, silting, soil erosion, triviality, program, brahmaputra, deviation, racketing, landfills, augmentation, distributary, deception, reclamation, concomitants, portage, backflow, materialisation, curtailment, disposal, corridor, forebay, diversions, impediment, alleviation, hindrance, interruption, fillip, addition, amusement, obstacle, deterrent, inconvenience, refreshment, corrective, counterweight, disincentive, hazard, incentive, inducement, irritant

More specific:
amusement, antic, athletics, bathing, caper, celebration, child's play, dance, dancing, diversionary landing, entertainment, escapade, escape, escapism, eurhythmics, eurythmics, festivity, frolic, fun, gambling, gambol, game, gaming, interest, jest, jocularity, joke, lark, merriment, music, pastime, play, playfulness, prank, red herring, romp, sport, terpsichore, trick

Appears in the definition of:
., amusement, athletics, caper, celebration, entertainment, escape, escapism, festivity, fishing, frolic, gambol, get away, interest, pastime, play, playday, playtime, pursuit, recreate, red herring, romp, sport, sportfishing

More general:
activity, attack, onrush, onset, onslaught, turn, turning

deflection, deflexion, deviation, digression, diversionary attack, recreation

Also try:
— Adjectives for diversion: urinary, little, pleasant, welcome, temporary, only, favorite, mere, much, favourite, chief, more...

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See diversion used in context: 20 rhymes, several books and articles.

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