soliloquise


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Synonyms for soliloquise

talk to oneself

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He wouldn't have been able to hear himself soliloquise at Ford for the sound of Prosecco corks popping
He's got a brother who's not very well, which gives an opportunity to soliloquise, if you like, to his brother about what he's thinking.
There are good breakout moments, where characters soliloquise in Shakespearean fashion.
From there, raised above the tumult of the world below, bathed in light, with distance and an uninterrupted view of the sky all around, man could soliloquise and contemplate his situation within nature and the cosmos.
The young characters interact and soliloquise, and the wonderful score illuminates their motivations and predicaments with some of Tchaikovsky's very finest music.