- 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 soliloquize
To hear Ruckus soliloquize is to be a fly on the wall in a country club locker room.Aaron McGruder’s ‘The Boondocks’ Returns Without Aaron McGruder
April 21, 2014
Senators of the Right were allowed to soliloquize eloquently.The Religious Persecution in France 1900-1906
Jane Milliken Napier Brodhead
I was beginning to soliloquize, when a rude voice beside me interrupted.On the Lightship
Herman Knickerbocker Viel
"He might have done worse," I heard my Guardian soliloquize.
And the rest of us are to sit and twiddle our thumbs while you soliloquize?The Idiot at Home
John Kendrick Bangs
The light went out, of its own accord, and Aguirre continued to soliloquize, without knowing what he was saying.Luna Benamor
Vicente Blasco Ibez
- (intr) to utter a soliloquy
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Word Origin and History for soliloquize
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