Sentence Examples with the word digress

To digress somewhat, there are a large number of rounds in Cornwall, usually located on spurs of land or prominently on hillslopes.

I want to digress a moment to note that reports of strange aerial phenomena are not peculiar to the post WWII period.

Let's don't digress again.

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You can digress slightly.

At this point you should digress briefly into the concept of psychological structure.

I need to digress at this point.

Let me digress a bit to let the ink dry.

Let me digress here to discuss the problem of our youth, particularly in the advanced industrialized nations.

I need to digress for a moment here.

I want to digress to consider those categories which have, from my point of view, important sociological significance.