Di`va*ga"tion (?), n. [L. divagari to wander about; di- = dis- + vagari to stroll about: cf. F. divagation. See Vagary.]

A wandering about or going astray; digression.

Let us be set down at Queen's Crawley without further divagation. Thackeray.

 

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