(?), n. [Gr. .] The habit of soliloquizing, or of monopolizing conversation.
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It was not by an insolent usurpation that Coleridge persisted in monology through his whole life.
De Quincey.
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(?), } n. [L. monomachia, Gr. , fr. fighting in single combat; mo`nos single, alone + to fight.] A duel; single combat. "The duello or monomachia." Sir W. Scott.
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