- 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 soliloquised
I'd sooner have believed she was a duke's daughter,' she soliloquised.Sarah's School Friend
“Maybe there is more than the one herd in the valley,” soliloquised Caspar.The Plant Hunters
“Republics are ungrateful,” soliloquised I, in a spiteful mood.The Rifle Rangers
Captain Mayne Reid
"Doesn't fancy elephants or trade," Mr. Pilgrim soliloquised.The Burglars' Club
Henry A. Hering
"She's well down Channel by this time," soliloquised Dacres.The Dreadnought of the Air
Percy F. Westerman
- (intr) to utter a soliloquy
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Word Origin and History for soliloquised
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