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Latin dīgredī dīgress- dī-, dis- apart dis– gradī to go ghredh- in Indo-European roots
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Latin digressum, past participle of digredi.
He let the conversation digress into endless discussions about "character."
Let me digress a bit to let the ink dry.
In order to disillusion anyone who may think that my position was a sinecure, I shall now digress.
I need to digress for a moment here.
Kids often digress when out from under parental control.
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