Definition of 'distrait'
Example sentences containing 'distrait'
His host didn't help either; he was distrait and taciturn, as if he had a premonition of what was to come.A MATTER OF CONSCIENCE
`John," she said, `you're distrait -- you have been since last night.DOUBLE DECEIT WHISTLER IN THE DARK
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