The digression in the conversation wasn't subtle.To digress means to stray away or deviate from a topic in a conversation or argument.
Working in this job was a digression from his long term goals.
yes you can put in a sentence
Progression is moving forward, building up, getting bigger... Digression is growing smaller, weaker, fewer. (Also moving off of a topic while speaking). So... "The rapid digression of the endangered species greatly worried the scientists."
"I was out to trounce on every digression and indiscretion conducted (or should I say semiconducted) in this performance"
The maximum sentence for indecent assault (sexual assault) is 20 years. This means that the sentence is at the digression of the judge, but by federal law it is not allowed to exceed 20 years.
A turning aside from the subject at hand.
when you are signalling to the reader that you are making a digression
is a section of a composition or speech that is an intentional change of subject. In Classical rhetoric since Corax of Syracuse, especially in Institutio Oratoria of Quintilian, the digression was a regular part of any oration or composition.
DIGRESSION - a turning aside; getting off the main subject
The common English word is "digression" (straying from the subject)..
to avoid digression
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"It is easy to use an exponent in a sentence." There, that sentence uses it!
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