Digress in a Sentence


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Digress - Definition


not staying on topic; to go off on a tangent

Use Digress in a sentence



Because abortion is difficult for me to talk about, I will digress from this topic.


If you get emotional talking about your father, then you may digress.


You digress to avoid talking about the real problem!


I need you to stay on subject and not digress!


Every time we asked about Jane's father, she would give me a bogus answer and digress onto something else.

As your new class president, I will end homework, lower student crime, and mandate hours of recess, but I digress.


Jerry would digress every time his parents asked for his report card.


During our debate on religion, Tim would often digress onto a separate rant on oil consumption.


I cannot have you digress when I ask for a specific answer.


From this point I digress, because having a rational debate with you is like bringing back the dead.


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Digress synonyms


sidetrack, wander, depart, drift, stray




Digress antonyms


stay, focus, be direct, concentrate