soliloquize (soliloquizes, present participle soliloquizing; past and past participle soliloquized)

  1. (drama) To perform a soliloquy; (of a character) to talk to oneself.
    • 1899, Knut Hamsun, “Part III”, in George Egerton [pseudonym; Mary Chavelita Dunne Bright], transl., Hunger: Translated from the Norwegian, London: Leonard Smithers and Co. […], OCLC 560168646 ↗; republished New York, N.Y.: Alfred A. Knopf, October 1920 (December 1920 printing), OCLC 189563 ↗, page 142 ↗:
      I rubbed my hands with delight over my happy notion, and soliloquized aloud, "What a joy there is in going about doing good actions."
  • Portuguese: soliloquiar, monologar

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