Verb(1) lose clarity or turn aside especially from the main subject of attention or course of argument in writing, thinking, or speaking
(1) Well, that seemed to be as good a target to divagate towards as any, so he set off for it.(2) But here we'll take you on a tour to midmost of Tokyo by divagating the bike path.(3) This divagation into the absurd was merely intended to show what film-criticism has least to fear from.(4) Willpower he was not acquainted with, lest he would have divagated from his fated path long ago.(5) It is through just such a divagation , he tells me, that his fictions begin.(6) Psych influences are revealed in their lyrics: ‘His season in the Zensong there's a tiny smell of divagation , now.’(7) If it sounds all over the place, it is, but because Brakes couch their divagations in directness and simplicity, it all hangs together.(8) The first sentence, with unnecessary sub-clauses and other literary divagations , is less than Orwellian in its intent.(9) Others have divagated at length on the accuracy of these particular statements, and I will leave that task to them.(10) Datta divagates into revolutionary illusions, Indian ‘leftist’ illusions, and its infantile bid for power with violence tactically kept sheatheed.
1. stray ::
2. digress ::
3. wander ::
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