adjective di·gres·sive \-ˈgre-siv\

Definition of DIGRESSIVE

:  characterized by digressions <a digressive talk>
di·gres·sive·ly adverb
di·gres·sive·ness noun

Examples of DIGRESSIVE

  1. <a digressive lecture on current events around the world>

First Known Use of DIGRESSIVE

circa 1611


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