A Word Each Day: DIGRESS


Definition: (verb) Lose clarity or turn aside especially from the main subject of attention or course of argument in writing, thinking, or speaking.
Synonyms: divagatestraywander
Usage: I try not to digress too much during my lectures, but I am not always successful at avoiding tangential topics. Discuss.

4 responses to “A Word Each Day: DIGRESS

  1. I am grinning because I used this word earlier in a post and wondered if I had in fact used it correctly. I enjoy these posts you do. I love educational content and the variety in your site. Smiles. Belinda


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