- v. present participle of monologue.
“Lucky not only in it for the money, as monologuing is one of the incipient signs of a descent into supervillainry?”
“His monologuing was the one obnoxocity I could not tolerate!”
“He weaves in a lot of interesting backstory without resorting to any sci-fi style monologuing, which is also very refreshing.”
“I like that the villains don't screw around, as Chudnofsky immediately set out to kill the Green Hornet and attempt to do so as quickly and efficiently as possible there is very little 'monologuing', except when it serves character beats.”
“She thought about being simple country folk, simple and complex, regarding again her thwarted seducer, monologuing with him for the sake of being an adult of sorts in his company, holding court, admiring his toast-colored hat with the wide red band, which was fine, which had been fine, which was now hers and which was laid beside him on the ground like a man-lily corsage gone wrong.”
“Jigsaw's philosophy was pretty absurd (free legal tip: putting a guy in a room with a bomb and putting the key up his ass is still murder), but the films occasionally called him out on his failings and we were never really expected to accept Kramer's monologuing at face value.”
“Part of the problem is that he does a hell of a lot of monologuing.”
“It's garden-variety product placement, but instead of stars conspicuously drinking a certain beverage or driving a certain car, they're battling eco-baddies or monologuing about the dangers of CFCs.”
“The updated video is directed by Michael Franks, edited by David Avallone, and features a cast of several, including Gary's daughter Fiona who does the monologuing.”
“The “monologuing” toward the end was a bit clunky, as was some of the Q&A focusing on vamps of lore and the vamp presented in this story.”
Looking for tweets for monologuing.