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digress from (something)
To begin to discuss something other than the current topic or issue. You totally digress from your argument in this paragraph, so cut it from your paper.
digress from something
[for a speaker or writer] to stray from the subject. I am going to digress from my prepared text. You will pardon me if I digress from my point a little.
References in periodicals archive
Unfortunately, Rishoi all too often digresses from
literary criticism in order to grind her ideological axe.
The second half of the book, however, digresses from
the objectivity of the first half.
Nevertheless, Nuttall often digresses from
his central thesis -- e.g., the long discussion of gardens in Paradise Lost, or his linking of Milton to the Romantics by claiming that in Paradise Lost, Milton invents the category of the sublime (177).
Only one of the essays digresses from
the focus of the book on the Prague court.