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divagate (verb), divagates; divagated; divagating
1. To lose clarity, or to turn aside; especially, from the main subject of attention or course of argument in writing, thinking, or speaking: Mayor Wellington was beginning to divagate in his speech about the casino for the city.
2. To wander or drift around; to ramble; to digress: During his class presentation, Mr. Dombert seemed to be divagating from his history lesson into a lecture about geography.
To stray or to digress from what is supposed to be the topic.
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Word Entries at Get Words: “divagate
To wander or drift around when speaking; to ramble instead focusing on what one is supposed to be talking about. (1)