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noun as in apostrophe

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noun as in speech by one

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No matter what Cosby has said—on the driveway of one of his homes, in interviews, in recorded soliloquies—no claims of innocence were formally made or ever considered by appeals courts after Cosby’s 2018 conviction.

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In her “Testament” solo, she incorporates an ASL soliloquy based on her journaling.

Each outing is part extended soliloquy but also part endless Q and A session.

The film opens on a tumbleweed blowing through the twilight streets of Los Angeles and closes with a cowboy soliloquy.

After his Green Eggs and Ham soliloquy, sanity left the building and a shutdown was almost inevitable.

Biden launched into a soliloquy in praise of double-barrel shotguns.

Biden began with a message for anybody who believes that Romney had “just made a mistake” when he made “that little soliloquy.”

In a tearful statement, he launched into a soliloquy about seeing himself free again playing with children, balloons, and dogs.

It seemed that whatever conversation there was going to be would have to take the form of a soliloquy from Clowes.

His language was faultless, his word selections beautiful, his soliloquy impressive beyond description.

A loud cry of a different kind here interrupted his soliloquy, and soon after the first cry was repeated louder than before.

As De Courval caught bits of the soliloquy under his window, he thought of his mother's wonder at this new and surprising country.

Then again there is the clue of Skakspere's use of the word "consummation" in the revised form of the "To be" soliloquy.

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On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to soliloquy, such as: discourse, monologue, aside, speech, and monology.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.