digressive[ dih-gres-iv, dahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF digressive
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIGRESSIVE
Isabel had not been so digressive and withholding as he had thought.
A story should be progressive, not digressive and episodical.
I was simply voluble and digressive—a natural incident of elation.
Exasperating as Crabbe's style sometimes is, he seldom bores—never indeed except in his rare passages of digressive reflection.
These are parenthetical and digressive, and, unless your audience is of superior intelligence, will confuse them.
A rule which, strictly speaking, is not outraged by the digressive exclamations of Camons.
She was not a very attentive listener to honest Johns talk, profuse and digressive as that was.
In a word, my work is digressive, and it is progressive too,—and at the same time.
It is in this incidental and digressive way that we get the description of the Gospel in i. 18-ii.
The Lettre sur les sourds et muets, however, is substantially a digressive examination of some points in aesthetics.