Digress in a sentence

Use Digress in a sentence

Digress meaning and collocations;

Meaning: [verb]to speak or write about something which is not your main topic ;

I have too long digressed , and therefore shall return to my subject.

After granddad digressed for about five minutes, he finally reached the interesting part of the story.

I’ll digress here for a moment.

It also helps focus the conversation so there’s less of a chance of digressing into unrelated topics.

Taking some speech notes will help you not to digress from your main topic

Basic doctrines of the society seriously digressed from the teachings of Pastor Russell.

I have never digressed from your topic.

My apologies, I digressed.

I guess I am digressing a lot as I write this, but it seems necessary to point out that.