Definition of digress:
go, start, go astray, cast, take leave, tramp, betray, set off, range, take off, get off, vagabond, err, set forth, pull up stakes, wander, divagate, drag in, sprawl, move, get away from, bring, quit, depart, rove, weave, sidetrack, start out, thread, swan, ramble, cheat on, meander, straggle, stray, study at deviate, beat around the bush, maunder, go away, cuckold, part, leave, cheat, correct, approach, swerve, set out, roam, roll, wind.
- "Woodcraft", George W. Sears.
- "The Art of Public Speaking", Dale Carnagey (AKA Dale Carnegie) and J. Berg Esenwein.
That the love of the man's wisdom is transferred into the wife, has been occasionally observed above, and will be more fully proved in the following sections: at this time it is not allowable to digress from the subject proposed, which is concerning the conjunction of two married partners into one flesh by a union of souls and minds.- "The Delights of Wisdom Pertaining to Conjugial Love", Emanuel Swedenborg.