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"Dear me," I soliloquize, while the contents of those bureau drawers are tossed here and there in the fever of my search.
He tried to soliloquize, to be facetious, to have his last grim laugh at life, but his lips made only incoherent sounds.
In speculation as in other things the Englishman trusts his inner man; his impulse is to soliloquize even in science.
SOLILOQUIES IN ENGLANDGEORGE SANTAYANA
Senators of the Right were allowed to soliloquize eloquently.
I was beginning to soliloquize, when a rude voice beside me interrupted.
ON THE LIGHTSHIPHERMAN KNICKERBOCKER VIEL
"He might have done worse," I heard my Guardian soliloquize.
And the rest of us are to sit and twiddle our thumbs while you soliloquize?
THE IDIOT AT HOMEJOHN KENDRICK BANGS
First, I have lived with the lady for four years, and never have I known her to talk to herself or soliloquize aloud.
THE CURVED BLADESCAROLYN WELLS
The light went out, of its own accord, and Aguirre continued to soliloquize, without knowing what he was saying.
LUNA BENAMORVICENTE BLASCO IBEZ
He now pretends to soliloquize: "I love poor Xanthias dearly; that I do."

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