If in a strange wood, and you get separated from him, he will often whinny; but I am digressing.
But here I am digressing again, when I should be getting on with my story.
But it would be digressing beyond a proper boundary, to go minutely into this subject here.
But all this is digressing most fearfully from the nursery of young pointers and setters.
Purposely I am digressing for the moment from the Red Cross's individual problem of transport.
We are, however, digressing, but must add one further remark.
But I am digressing; for the fact is that I always see more of sacerdotalism afloat than I do on land.
However, I am digressing, as a man with a grievance always does.
But I am digressing from my own story, and must return to the intensely happy time of escaping from Rockend and going to Stoke.
But we are digressing from the subject of the soldier's occupations.