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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of soliloquize.


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  • "A boat divided against itself won't float," he soliloquized.


  • Carthey, who appreciated him, soliloquized, "The best of it is he likes it damn well, by damn!"


  • "We just can't leave that cat behind," Daughtry soliloquized in suggestive tones.


  • "What for a Svaidish faller like me monkey with none of my biziness, I don't know," he soliloquized.

    Charley's Coup

  • He soliloquized the while, for it is an error to suppose that the soliloquy is unnatural.

    Les Miserables

  • "I mean to do as I please," soliloquized Rex, as he resumed his breakfast.

    For the term of his natural life

  • “It will be best to threaten her, to frighten her into confession,” he soliloquized.

    Monsieur Lecoq

  • I rubbed my hands with delight over my happy notion, and soliloquized aloud, “What a joy there is in going about doing good actions.”


  • “Yes, yes, round the Cape of Good Hope is the shortest way to Nantucket,” soliloquized Starbuck suddenly, heedless of

    Moby Dick; or the Whale

  • "None of them ever loved their brawns as I did Jennan," she soliloquized sullenly, perfectly conscious how ill her sentiment befitted her steel, yet unable to extricate her thoughts from their unconscious return to misery.

    The Ship Who Sang


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