Examples of digressive in a Sentence
a digressive lecture on current events around the world
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If, occasionally, going down the rabbit hole with Hazel seems digressive, that is all right.
Sporting shoulder-length hair and decked out in a moss green velvet blazer, gingham shirt, and skinny tie, Anderson comes across as unassuming and digressive.
This brilliant but digressive opera was treated to a brilliant but discursive production directed by Daniel Fish.
The Greenland shark is the totemic protagonist of Norwegian journalist Strøksnes’ prime, digressive entertainment.
That said, Ai’s film becomes more digressive than discursive.
The documentary is at once comprehensive and digressive, with storylines and anecdotes that break the big picture down into small moments of crisis, outrage, and regret.
The reveal of Diane, which happened in the previous week’s episode, initially felt like a similar piece of digressive nostalgia mining.
The novel explores the mysteries in a wandering, digressive sort of way, as if to recreate the brain-fog that grips the city in its baffling 20 days.
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