• Definition for "divagate"
  • Sentence for "divagate"
  • Verb Forms for "divagate"

divagate definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To wander or drift about.
    • To ramble; digress.
    • To walk or drift about.
    • To ramble; digress.
    • To roam or move about.
    • To ramble; digress.
  • verb:
    • to stray removed from a subject, focus, or training course
    • drop clarity or switch apart specially through the primary subject of attention or course of debate written down, thinking, or speaking
    • to stray faraway from a subject, focus, or program
    • lose clarity or switch apart specifically through the primary subject of interest or course of debate on paper, thinking, or talking
    • to stray off from a topic, focus, or training course
    • shed clarity or switch aside particularly from the main topic of attention or course of argument written down, thinking, or talking
  • others:
    • To roam about, as from place to put or from at the mercy of topic; stray; digress.
    • To walk about, as from place to place or from subject to topic; stray; digress.
    • To walk about, as from location to place or from susceptible to subject; stray; digress.
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