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Origin of digression
Examples from the Web for digression
But I ask pardon for this digression, and return to my subject.
This has been a digression, but I hope not an uninteresting one.The Last Boer War|H. Rider Haggard
The other digression is the famous contrast of the lawyer and philosopher.Theaetetus|Plato
It may not be amiss, in order to save future digression, to say that the Smith in my name is on the paternal side.
But as this is a digression, and has nothing to do with my narrative, I beg pardon and go on.Borneo and the Indian Archipelago|Frank S. Marryat
late 14c., from Latin digressionem (nominative digressio) "a going away, departing," noun of action from past participle stem of digredi "to deviate," from dis- "apart, aside" (see dis-) + gradi "to step, go" (see grade (n.)).