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[doo-uh-lawg, -log, dyoo-] /ˈdu əˌlɔg, -ˌlɒg, ˈdyu-/
a conversation between two persons; dialogue.
a dramatic performance or piece in the form of a dialogue limited to two speakers.
Origin of duologue
1860-65; duo- + (mono)logue Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • It resolved itself at first into a duologue between the two elder men.

    When It Was Dark Guy Thorne
  • The house had an old-world garden, and it was here they had their first duologue.

  • Mrs. O'Rane wants me to write her a duologue—just as one draws a rabbit for a child.

    The Education of Eric Lane Stephen McKenna
  • “But this is absurd,” she said to herself, after a while; and abruptly raising her mask she broke in upon the duologue.

  • Mrs Cotterill came hysterically in upon the duologue between Denry and Ruth in the drawing-room.

  • Every word of the duologue that followed could be heard on the other side of the folding-doors.

    A Daughter of the Vine Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
  • She replied in the same key, and, seeing that the youth comprehended, the artist prompted a duologue.

    Love's Usuries Louis Creswicke
  • "Damned impudence calling me Johnnie," thought the subject of the duologue.

    Poor Relations Compton Mackenzie
  • His shoulder excluded Lee more and more; the conversation became frankly a duologue.

    The Quaint Companions Leonard Merrick
British Dictionary definitions for duologue


a part or all of a play in which the speaking roles are limited to two actors
a less common word for dialogue
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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