Soliloquy

So*lil"o*quy

(?), n.;
pl. Soliloquies (#).
[L. soliloquium; solus alone + loqui to speak. See Sole ly, and Loquacious.] 1. The act of talking to one's self; a discourse made by one in solitude to one's self; monologue.
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Lovers are always allowed the comfort of soliloquy.
Spectator.
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2. A written composition, reciting what it is supposed a person says to himself.
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The whole poem is a soliloquy.
Prior.
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