But one can be sure that when Strauss soliloquizes, it is a different defense that he makes.
"Let her have a good time while she is young," he soliloquizes.
With dissembling lips he bids farewell to his new father-in-law; then, alone, soliloquizes on his own wretchedness.
No; he soliloquizes, and in what a curt, unnatural voice—a shamefaced voice!
"Well, this is but an island, and a small one at that; consequently I won't let it worry me," soliloquizes the anglophobe.
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.
We had entered late, and there soon came on the scene where Hamlet soliloquizes over the skull of Yorick.
"So, Burrill has been killed," soliloquizes the portly gentleman seating himself before his cheery fire.
Geta, left alone, soliloquizes upon the situation and sums it up so far as it is known to him.