excursive definition

  • adjective:
    • Of, fond of, described as, or obtaining the nature of digression.
    • looking after digress.
    • at risk of make trips; wandering; roving; exploring.
    • (of e.g. speech and writing) looking after leave through the primary point or cover an array of subjects
    • Of, given to, described as, or having the nature of digression.
    • Tending to digress.
    • vulnerable to make excursions; wandering; roving; checking out.
    • (of e.g. speech and writing) looking after depart from main point or protect many topics
  • others:
    • fond of making trips; rambling; wandering. Johnson.
    • Veering from point to point; wandering removed from an interest; deviating; desultory; erratic: as, an excursive fancy or imagination.
    • directed at making trips; rambling; wandering. Johnson.
    • Veering from point to point; wandering faraway from a subject; deviating; desultory; unpredictable: since, an excursive fancy or imagination.

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