Definition of Soliloquies

1. Noun. (plural of soliloquy) ¹



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Definition of Soliloquies

1. soliloquy [n] - See also: soliloquy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Soliloquies

solidungulous
solidus
soliferrum
solifidian
solifidianism
solifidians
soliflor
soliflors
solifluction
solifluctions
soliform
solifugae
solifuge
solifugid
solifugids
soliloquies (current term)
soliloquise
soliloquised
soliloquises
soliloquising
soliloquist
soliloquists
soliloquize
soliloquized
soliloquizer
soliloquizers
soliloquizes
soliloquizing
soliloquy
soling

Literary usage of Soliloquies

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1. The New Greek Comedy by Philippe Ernest Legrand, John Williams White (1917)
"CONVENTIONS REGARDING THE OPENING Or THE PLAY soliloquies AND ASIDES The natural ... There is no room for doubt that in Plautus and Terence many soliloquies ..."

2. The Old Norse Element in Swedish Romanticism by Adolph Burnett Benson (1914)
"style of the soliloquies of the verse dramas of the two poets. As opposed to the natural diction and the comparative absence of rhetorical embellishments in ..."

3. Select Translations from Old English Prose by Albert Stanburrough Cook, Chauncey Brewster Tinker (1908)
"AUGUSTINE'S soliloquies The first two books of this work are based upon the unfinished soliloquies of St. Augustine (354-430), perhaps the greatest of the ..."

4. Select Translations from Old English Prose by Albert Stanburrough Cook, Chauncey Brewster Tinker (1908)
"AUGUSTINE'S soliloquies The first two books of this work are based upon the unfinished soliloquies of St. Augustine (;i54-4!30), perhaps the greatest of the ..."

5. Lessons in Elocution: Or, A Selection of Pieces, in Prose and Verse, for the by William Scott (1829)
"SPEECHES AND soliloquies. 1.—Hamlet's Advice to the. Players.— TRAGEDY OF HAMLET. SPEAK the speech, I pray you, as I pronounced it to you ; trippingly on ..."

6. Tragic Drama in Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Shakespeare: An Essay by Lewis Campbell (1904)
"... XIV 'OTHELLO' Construction of ' Othello '—Increased concentration—Coleridge on the catastrophe—Iago's soliloquies—Comparison with ..."

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