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Synonyms for digress



Synonyms for digress

to turn away from a prescribed course of action or conduct

to turn aside, especially from the main subject in writing or speaking

Synonyms for digress

lose clarity or turn aside especially from the main subject of attention or course of argument in writing, thinking, or speaking

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wander from a direct or straight course

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Now, I will say that most of the stuff on the message boards is stock touting and it sometimes digresses into name calling.
Unfortunately, Rishoi all too often digresses from literary criticism in order to grind her ideological axe.
However, the story line later digresses and becomes confusing and cryptic.
Nevertheless, Nuttall often digresses from his central thesis -- e.
Discussing the play's historical background, she digresses briefly into an account of the Fugitive Slave Act, the Missouri Compromise and the ramifications of the Mexican-American War and the late Industrial Revolution.
The SVA student returns and digresses and then something like a public-service announcement occurs in which little plastic monsters try to convince anyone watching that cute toy bunnies are really "machines of destruction.
This report covers a wide range of topics in the electric revenue metering market, but it never digresses from our core analytical focal points: manufacturing & supply, the utility demand sector, and technology.