Definición de digressive en inglés:

digressive

Saltos de línea: di|gres¦sive
Pronunciación: /dʌɪˈgrɛsɪv
 
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adjetivo

Characterized by digression; tending to depart from the subject: a digressive account
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Each was a long, highly literary, digressive, and polemical account of the failure of the colonists to make good their British patrimony.
  • His characters live untidy lives and often fall into digressive daydreams, so troubled are their souls.
  • In a word, my work is digressive, and it is progressive too, - and at the same time.

Derivativos

digressively

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Whether digressively or directly, at a walk or at a run, the motion is on the ground and by foot, putting its weight part by part onto the terrain to be covered.
  • Even while he appears to be ambling digressively, he sets a stiff pace; there are few concessions to readers wanting assumptions restated or conclusions underlined.
  • This reader devoted to the great writer therefore appealingly begins with his later work, when he is in full, digressively brilliant voice writing about Paris.

digressiveness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • For all his digressiveness, he constantly selects and shapes, for he ever desires to maintain control over the emotions that he provokes in his reader.
  • It appears to be a specially successful job considering the verbosity and digressiveness of the novel of this writer who, though often brilliant, writes in a highly disorderly way.
  • Works such as Jonathan Swift's A Tale of a Tub and Laurence Sterne's Tristram Shandy made digressiveness itself a part of the satire.

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