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- (intransitive): To step or turn aside; to deviate; to swerve; especially, to turn aside from the main subject of attention, or course of argument, in writing or speaking.
- (intransitive): To turn aside from the right path; to transgress; to offend.
- The Nuttall Encyclopedia
Di*gress" (?), v. i. [imp. & p.
p. Digressed (?); p. pr. & vb. n.
Digressing.] [L. digressus, p. p. of digredi to
go apart, to deviate; di- = dis- + gradi to step, walk.
See Grade.] 1. To step or turn aside; to
deviate; to swerve; especially, to turn aside from the main subject
of attention, or course of argument, in writing or
Moreover she beginneth to digress in
In the pursuit of an argument there is hardly room to
digress into a particular definition as often as a man varies
the signification of any term. Locke.
2. To turn aside from the right path; to
transgress; to offend. [R.]
Thy abundant goodness shall excuse
This deadly blot on thy digressing son.
Di*gress", n. Digression.
- Webster's Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
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