divagate

[ dahy-vuh-geyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF divagate

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But I divagate; and all this sits in the bosom of the publisher.

But when they had sat down, Julius was little inclined to divagate into an account of his travels.

WORD ORIGIN

1590s, from Latin divagatus, past participle of divagari "to wander about," from di(s)- "apart" (see dis-) + vagari "to wander, ramble" (see vague). Related: Divagated; divagating.

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