Without apologising for this digression, we return to the thread of our tale.
This is a digression from the main point, and yet it brings me to what I was going to say.'
From this digression into the sphere of personal reminiscences I return now and take up again the thread of the narrative.
But, to return again from this digression to the subject of sheep and wool.
For which reason, begging the reader's pardon for the digression, I shall now leave it, and resume my story.
Do not let us abuse the freedom of digression which we claim.
From this ode is struck out a digression on the nature of odes, and the comparative excellence of the ancients and moderns.
I return to the point reached when this digression into the affairs of Jason began.
Just then the brother created a digression by rushing up to his father.
And how and wherefore have we wandered off in this digression!