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Synonyms for soliloquy



Synonyms for soliloquy

a (usually long) dramatic speech intended to give the illusion of unspoken reflections

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'Soliloquy' is a word that's not often used these days.
Sparkling excerpts from the play were provided by Wilson, clad in white and on a wheelchair, singing a lengthy soliloquy, and the rest of the cast led by theater heartthrobs Arman Ferrer and David Ezra, who alternate as Emilio Aguinaldo.
NTNU's graduate institute of performing arts is putting on theatrical performances of two productions, Soul Mountain and Soliloquy, based on the novels of award-winning author Gao Xingjian.
happily, the 5-4 favourite, finished third, as she had done at newmarket, with Soliloquy fourth, two positions better than she achieved at newmarket.
Charlie Appleby, who trains both Wild Illusion and Soliloquy was humble in defeat told Racing ITV: "They ran their hearts out and I couldn't be happier with them.
However, when push has come to shove, I can't get the memory of Soliloquy's truly magnificent performance in the Nell Gwyn Stakes out my head.
And the jockey has made the right choice - Soliloquy's victory in the Group 3 trial over the final seven furlongs of the Rowley Mile makes her a prime candidate for Classic honours this afternoon.
Soliloquy got an excellent frontrunning ride that day and while Altyn Orda would be expected to improve for the run, the same comment also applies to Charlie Appleby's winner.
Soliloquy got an excellent front-running ride that day and while Altyn Orda would be expected to improve for the run, the same comment also applies to Charlie Appleby's winner.
SOLILOQUY won't fluff her lines in the 1,000 Guineas at Newmarket today (3.35).
Maharam Stories (Rizzoli) compiles 100 of these texts, which range from a brief history (by Harmen Liemburg) of Vlisco's African wax prints to the soliloquy (imagined by Marian Bantjes) of a mannequin head.
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Nuttal when he covers the soliloquy of Richard III also finds ground for asserting that it is thought content which marks the difference in grading the comparative merit of poets.
The 'Closer' star, who plays a safecracking mobster who is just released from a 12-year stint in prison for keeping his mouth shut, said that he decided to start filming with the "incredibly explicit" opening scene and strolled naked on the sets for the soliloquy, E Online reported.
Can it be that we are saying Hamlet's famous soliloquy to ourselves because we are afraid to admit the surprising nature of the circumstances that science has created?