Definition Of digressive
Example Of digressive
As film-making, this final monologue feels slightly clumsy, didactic, even digressive ; it certainly dulls the film's effectiveness as satire.
But the way typical narratives are set up, there's no room for philosophy, because it's just digressive material.
Each was a long, highly literary, digressive , and polemical account of the failure of the colonists to make good their British patrimony.
His characters live untidy lives and often fall into digressive daydreams, so troubled are their souls.
However, their more spacey and digressive numbers too often recall a basement-jam band.