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  • n. Plural form of duologue.

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Examples

  • Gertrud, the portrait of a woman who aspires to an ideal and unattainable notion of love, takes the form of a series of duologues photographed with an almost immobile camera and immensely long takes.

    Henning Bendtsen obituary

  • In between the plays come quick little bursts of monologues, duologues and straight-forward presentations of quotes from real-life figures like Hilary Clinton, journalist William Dalrymple, General McChrystal and the like.

    Michael Giltz: Theater: The Great Game Gamble at The Public; Les Miz at Paper Mill

  • The tightly written episodes and duologues surprise us.

    What's Love Got to Do With It? Closer Makes It Sexy on Broadway

  • THEY lunched slowly and meditatively, with mute intervals between rushes of talk; for, the spell once broken, they had much to say, and yet moments when saying became the mere accompaniment to long duologues of silence.

    XXIV. Book II

  • Bible no one paid any further attention to him, and the party sank back into little duologues appropriate to the occasion.

    Together

  • They lunched slowly and meditatively, with mute intervals between rushes of talk; for, the spell once broken, they had much to say, and yet moments when saying became the mere accompaniment to long duologues of silence.

    The Age of Innocence

  • And so she took up the latest number of _The Upper Circle_, and read, to the accompaniment of alternate duologues and soliloquies by thrushes and blackbirds in the garden, until gradually she drifted into a blissful dream of being at a garden-party at Lady Harriet's and entreated, not merely by her hostess, but Royalty itself, to accept the _rĂ´le_ of

    In Brief Authority

  • The place will be buzzing with the hum of voices, merry with duologues of laughter, and steaming with tobacco smoke.

    The Dust Flower

  • "Cousins are not 'in it,'" said Eric: and then somehow the conversation lapsed into two duologues, the younger folk taking the lead, and the two old men following with less eager steps.

    Sylvie and Bruno

  • "Shanley hasn't mastered the histrionic power evident in Tunes of Glory - duologues which were also sociological time capsules."

    GreenCine Daily

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