Origin of monologue
OTHER WORDS FROM monologuemon·o·log·ic [mon-uh-loj-ik], /ˌmɒn əˈlɒdʒ ɪk/, mon·o·log·i·cal, adjectivemon·o·log·ist [mon-uh-law-gist, -log-ist, muh-nol-uh-jist], /ˈmɒn əˌlɔ gɪst, -ˌlɒg ɪst, məˈnɒl ə dʒɪst/, mon·o·logu·ist [mon-uh-law-gist, -log-ist], /ˈmɒn əˌlɔ gɪst, -ˌlɒg ɪst/, noun
How to use monologue in a sentence
Into his 90s, he was still crisscrossing the globe, weaving Twain’s stories and quips into a peppery monologue about mankind’s pretensions and vices.Actor Hal Holbrook, indelible portrayer of Mark Twain, dies at 95|Adam Bernstein|February 2, 2021|Washington Post
Most of the late-night TV hosts had a critical caveat when they delivered their monologues Wednesday night.
The monologist best known for concocting parts of his Apple exposé named his new play ‘Yes All Women.’
Daisey is a monologist—he creates and performs theatrical monologues.The Conning of ‘This American Life’ Leads to an Embarrassing Retraction|Philip Bump|March 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
No one answered and Molly began to wonder how long this strange girl would endure the part of a monologist at college.Molly Brown's Freshman Days|Nell Speed
The audience grasped it and the monologist established a reputation for originality.
Looked at as a monologist he might pass if sufficiently interpolated with ah-le-ee!I, Mary MacLane|Mary MacLane
Lady Arthur is silenced, for she has not the slightest idea what a monologist is.A House-Party|Ouida
As "Spider" lit, the monologist shouted: "There goes another old friend of Alf's."