[ik-skur-siv] /ɪkˈskɜr sɪv/
given to making in speech, thought, etc.; wandering; digressive.
of the nature of such ; rambling; desultory:
tending to digress
involving detours; rambling
[ek-skur-suh s] /ɛkˈskɜr səs/ noun, plural excursuses, excursus. 1. a detailed discussion of some point in a book, especially one added as an appendix. 2. a digression or incidental excursion, as in a narrative. /ɛkˈskɜːsəs/ noun (pl) -suses, -sus 1. an incidental digression from the main topic under discussion or from the main story in […]
[eks-kur-vuh-cher] /ɛksˈkɜr və tʃər/ noun 1. the condition of being curved outward or away from the center.
[ek-skurvd] /ˈɛk skɜrvd/ adjective 1. or outward.
[verb ik-skyooz; noun ik-skyoos] /verb ɪkˈskyuz; noun ɪkˈskyus/ verb (used with object), excused, excusing. 1. to regard or judge with forgiveness or indulgence; pardon or forgive; overlook (a fault, error, etc.): Excuse his bad manners. 2. to offer an apology for; seek to remove the blame of: He excused his absence by saying that he […]