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.

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