I have to tell you so much more of my new plans, Judy," digressed Jane, as Aunt Mary signalled to the Jap dinner was finished.
Having digressed to such a length, we will return now to Miss Annie Palmer, who was possessed with the ambition to be established in a home of her own, and to be seen by those who knew her.
But, having digressed at some length, we will return now to Miss Palmer and Sidney Wyeth, preparing to spread intelligence among a people who greatly needed it.
He digressed to tell them just how property had soared in price, during even his own time.
That is important to me and that is the reason why I digressed and got on that.
You were telling me about what happened to you at the county courthouse, and then you digressed from that to tell me about John coming to see you in your home.
But I have digressed and must return to my intended narrative.
But I have digressed from my purpose to specialize none from the many who were so worthy; but the digression in this instance I am sure will be excused.
Upon this, he digressed to the question of equivocation, and began to inveigh against Father Southwell," whose conduct I defended by several arguments.
Upon this, he digressed to the question of equivocation, and began to inveigh against Father Southwell, because on his trial he denied that he knew the woman who was brought forward to accuse him.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "digressed" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.