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monology

[ muh-nol-uh-jee ]
/ məˈnɒl ə dʒi /
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noun, plural mo·nol·o·gies.

the act or habit of soliloquizing.
Obsolete. a monologue.

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Origin of monology

From the Greek word monología, dating back to 1600–10. See mono-, -logy
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