In a tearful statement, he launched into a soliloquy about seeing himself free again playing with children, balloons, and dogs.
I also read, relatedly, John Galt's soliloquy for the first time in my life the other day.
Biden launched into a soliloquy in praise of double-barrel shotguns.
And at that point he launched into a soliloquy about seeing himself free again playing with children, balloons, and dogs.
Foreplay comes in the form of a soliloquy about “air rights,” which gets Marcus to first base, but not much further.
This soliloquy of Bascomb's gave Matt fresh food for thought.
The soliloquy, too, is startlingly characteristic of Hamlet.
Here Bryda's soliloquy was abruptly broken in on by Mrs Symes' voice.
Is not this the same soul which also in a soliloquy questions fate?
And here he gained the garden-gate: so he stopped his soliloquy, and gave his horse to his groom.
1610s, from Late Latin soliloquium "a talking to oneself," from Latin solus "alone" (see sole (adj.)) + loqui "speak" (see locution). Also used in translation of Latin "Liber Soliloquiorum," a treatise by Augustine, who is said to have coined the word, on analogy of Greek monologia (see monologue). Related: Soliloquent.