excursus[ ek-skur-suh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF excursus
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXCURSUS
This is not to say, of course, that the excursus in the second stage has been a loss and a defect.
Let us not at this moment go into an excursus to inquire who he was and who he was not.
In an excursus we shall deal with the language of the Picts.
On the relations between Edessa and Rome see the end of the Excursus.
That would involve an excursus on Irish topography, which would be, to say the least, out of place.
Write down the chorus to each line of Mr. S. Weller's song, and a sketch of the mottled-faced man's excursus on it.
An excursus upon Napoleon had got into the torrent somehow and kept bobbing up and down.
It is needless to extend further the present excursus on the origin and history of modern pseudo-science.
Doubtless most of us have so styled him in relation to one excursus of his or another that has specially captivated us.
But call it a note or 'excursus,' which is the scholarlike name for notes a little longer than usual, and all will be made right.