We have digressed a little from Golden as she stands beside the lake, swinging her wide, straw hat by its blue ribbons.
But I have digressed inordinately, and must get back to Auckland forthwith.
But I have digressed, and gone in advance of my narrative of events at the old farm that season.
To return, however, into the track from which I have digressed.
But I have digressed too far: To return therefore unto Lydgate.
Let us return, however, to the history of the telegraph in England, from which we have digressed.
And now I will return to the main history from which I have digressed.
But we have digressed from our special theme, to which we must return.
We return now to the location in Central Asia, and to the remote antiquity from which we digressed.
We have digressed; but the digression was needful, and we now return to our theme.