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digress (both senses are Eliz.)
1. to depart, deviate Shr. III. ii. 110, Rom. III. iii. 126 “D-ing from the valour of a man.”
2. to transgress, offend R2 V. iii. 66 “This deadly blot in thy d-ing son,” Tit. V. iii. 116 “I do too much, Citing my worthless praise.”
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