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OTHER WORDS FROM distractivedis·trac·tive·ly, adverbnon·dis·trac·tive, adjective
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It is always distractive, and very often ends in a wrong combination.
Between these extremes are many sentences which may take either the comma or the semicolon without distractive effect.
No. 74 is a particularly distractive sentence, although its punctuation may be technically correct.
The distractive effect caused by producing two impressions through a wrong use of marks of parenthesis, should be avoided.