soliloquize

verb
so·lil·o·quize | \sə-ˈli-lə-ˌkwīz \
soliloquized; soliloquizing

Definition of soliloquize 

intransitive verb

: to utter a soliloquy : talk to oneself

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Other Words from soliloquize

soliloquizer noun

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One of which, thankfully, will involve Ahmed mournfully soliloquizing. Rebecca Keegan, HWD, "Did Hollywood Agents Help Harvey Weinstein?," 17 Oct. 2017 One of which, thankfully, will involve Ahmed mournfully soliloquizing. Rebecca Keegan, vanityfair.com, "Did Hollywood Agents Help Harvey Weinstein?," 17 Oct. 2017

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First Known Use of soliloquize

1759, in the meaning defined above

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