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1. But I digress.
2. However, I digress.
3. But maybe I digress.
4. But I now digress musically and laterally.
5. Digress into a fit of smiles & the awkward torture.
6. Marcus was in a state of digress wondering about what to do.
7. Of course with closed eyes it is easier to digress from outer.

8. They tend to digress from the goal but have to be pulled back and.
9. But I could have written about it faster if I didn't digress so much.
10. Protestant elite, I will digress momentarily to remark upon this couple.
11. But I digress, in the marine environment, we use SG to 'measure' how much salt is in.
12. Anyway, I digress from the core of my story to lessen the facts for your understanding.
13. But I digress - back to that point in a minute] Before it was all over, the second woman.
14. With that done, we will digress a bit for a discussion on position sizing and setting stop losses.
15. Denzel, Boris…I digress), or athletes or even the stars of those toxic reality shows that.
16. Let’s not digress into the perilous paths the religions had laid for man to his bane, said the seer.
17. To digress slightly, one of the rules of systems – such as that of computers or weapons – is you never implement before testing.
18. It is necessary at this point, if we are to understand at all this part of the work of the Masters, to digress a little and say something of what is meant by the.
19. Here I wiU digress for a moment to observe that the later course of events proved that she had not been mistaken as to the effect of this blow; what is more, the effect of it exceeded her expectations.
20. Yes—I digress!! It’s a serious flaw that has plagued all in my path since my tongue first wiggled out a word and my hand first waggled a pencil, crayon, or anything that could leave the merest mark on whatever I could reach.
21. The advantage of this is that he is enabled to make use of Don Quixote as a mouthpiece for his own reflections, and so, without seeming to digress, allow himself the relief of digression when he requires it, as freely as in a commonplace book.
22. Whilst we are touching on the subject of the act of prostitution, the author feels implored to digress and explore some diverse ideas around certain beliefs and attitudes pertaining to this sometimes controversial and provocative subject matter.
23. Its layered definitions spoke directly to my life and also struck a poetic chord: to wander from the proper path, to deviate from the direct course, to be lost, to become wild, to be without a mother or father, to be without a home, to move about aimlessly in search of something, to diverge or digress.
24. And now the truly literary, if he did not here digress into a description of what he dreamed, which is a form of digression skipped by the truly judicious, would certainly write 'How long I had slept I know not,' and would then tell the reader that, waking with a start, he immediately proceeded to shiver.
25. Immediately, I looked it up in the dictionary and knew it was mine … : to wander from the proper path, to deviate from the direct course, to be lost, to become wild, to be without a mother or father, to be without a home, to move about aimlessly in search of something, to diverge or digress (this page).
26. I may digress by adding, that if the smaller workers had been the most useful to the community, and those males and females had been continually selected, which produced more and more of the smaller workers, until all the workers were in this condition; we should then have had a species of ant with neuters in nearly the same condition as those of Myrmica.
27. Is it conceivably possible that the Creator who has brought forth billions of Galaxies and trillions of Stars; who has created animals that are programmed to kill - to eat - to live, where animals kill animals, humans kill animals and sadly humans kill humans, is a Creator we should unnecessarily fear? To digress, this necessity for animals to kill - to eat - to live, design of creation, which has been used as an argument to question ‘God’s’ motive and the general definition of an all loving and all good Creator is more complex than it at first appears to be.
1. But I am digressing.
2. Shit, I think I was digressing.
3. But I am digressing from the story.
4. While I'm digressing, let me also note that at this point you might be wondering if there is a broader point to this part of the story.
5. My apology for digressing with my story, but I wanted to set the scene that money is not always the first thing we need to be concerned about.
6. Even though I’m digressing from the matter at hand, I guess what I’m trying to say is that we really don’t have any idea what we’re dealing with.
7. But I am digressing from the context of biofeedback and the difference in reflective dynamics between a model with four basic aspects and one with five.
8. Sensing this, Feltus nodded to them both and, with a slight bow, took his leave in order to serve the warrant and prevent the case from digressing any further.
1. But I have digressed from my subject.
2. I am as a human, but I have digressed also.
3. But I seemed to have digressed again, but what a digression!.
4. The interruption distracted Elsie and she digressed into an account of a visit she’d made to a North Queensland tea plantation.
5. True, I said; and now that this division of our task is concluded, let us find the point at which we digressed, that we may return into the old path.
6. He checked out of his hotel, but instead of heading directly to the train station, he digressed so that he could drop an envelope into the optical shop’s mail slot.
7. When he had enumerated the many different occasions on which the Hurons had exhibited their courage and prowess, in the punishment of insults, he digressed in a high encomium on the virtue of wisdom.
8. Who wasn’t aware of the pitfalls that were presented to professional operatives of the law when they digressed and became confined within prison walls with those they had previously condemned? Wolf had not always been a defence lawyer.
1. The trouble with me is, I like it when somebody digresses.

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Synonyms for digress