- to utter a soliloquy; talk to oneself.
- to utter in a soliloquy; say to oneself.
Also especially British, so·lil·o·quise.
Origin of soliloquize
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Examples from the Web for soliloquizes
"Let her have a good time while she is young," he soliloquizes.
No; he soliloquizes, and in what a curt, unnatural voice—a shamefaced voice!Mated from the Morgue
John Augustus O'Shea
Another new and very singular drama opens with Bonaparte, who soliloquizes about Spain.
Columbine soliloquizes for a moment about her husband Punchinello, whom she does not expect home until morning.Stars of the Opera
We had entered late, and there soon came on the scene where Hamlet soliloquizes over the skull of Yorick.The Battle of Atlanta
Grenville M. Dodge
- (intr) to utter a soliloquy
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Word Origin and History for soliloquizes
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